Qatar funding for Lazarides art gallery

Founder plans to use the money to move to Mayfair

Satan gives Jeffrey Archer a tax break

Not a penny more, but a penny less tax as author donates statue

San Sebastián: past pain, future shock

The Basque city is hoping to mend its bitter history through the arts

The Art Market: Europeans cross the Atlantic

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‘A plastic box, 2009, Budapest’
©Peter Puklus

Snapshot: ‘A plastic box, 2009, Budapest’ by Peter Puklus

The Hungarian photographer attempts to link ‘general history’ with the individual stories captured in quotidian objects

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Effects of QE do not seem to have spread to Picassos

Bianca Jagger, actress, Hollywood, California, January 25, 1972’, by Richard Avedon / Richard Avedon Foundation and right, ‘Tina Freeman’ (1975) by Andy Warhol / The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc/ ARS, New York
©Richard Avedon/Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol’s 57 varieties of sameness

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Leon Black is mystery Picasso buyer

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Cabinet from Orhan Pamuk’s ‘The Museum of Innocence’ containing Turkish footballer cards and film star portrait-cards from chewing gum and sweet packets
©Yunus Kaymaz/Getty

The Museum of Innocence, Somerset House, London — ‘Evocative’

Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk’s Istanbul museum comes to London

'Mother and Daughter' (2014). Digital pigment print. © Gregory Crewdson. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery
©Gregory Crewdson. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery

Gregory Crewdson: Cathedral of the Pines, Gagosian Gallery, New York — ‘Brutally precise’

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