Gagosian opened its new gallery space in Grosvenor Hill at the end of last year
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Mega-galleries edge out Mayfair masters

Contemporary art dealers move into prime locations

Gagosian opened its new gallery space in Grosvenor Hill at the end of last year
©© 2016 Alberto Giacometti Estate/Licensed by

Mega-galleries edge out Mayfair masters

Contemporary art dealers move into prime locations

Sterling Ruby in his studio
©Melanie Schiff

Interview: on the road with US artist Sterling Ruby

Driving through LA, the artist discusses the city that has influenced his work

‘16. Photogram’ (2015)
©Thomas Ruff

Snapshot: ‘16. Photogram’ (2015) by Thomas Ruff

Fascinated by photograms, the German photographer sought to experiment with the form using virtual technology

Vito Acconci at MoMA PS1
©Acconci Studio and MoMa PS1

Vito Acconci, MoMA PS1, New York

The American artist’s work foreshadowed our narcissistic times

William Eggleston's 'Untitled (Boy Asleep)' (1970-73)

I Still Believe in Miracles, Inverleith House, Edinburgh — ‘Improbable loveliness’

This exhibition pursues a dreamlike course through its galleries

‘Michigan Theater, Detroit, 2015’
©Hiroshi Sugimoto

Snapshot: ‘Michigan Theater, Detroit, 2015’ by Hiroshi Sugimoto

The Japanese photographer who captures whole movies in a single photo

Alma Thomas reached for the stars

How did a black woman raised in segregation-era America gain renown as a painter of captivating canvases?

‘Ginny and Elizabeth’ (1976)
©Alice Neel Estate

Alice Neel exhibition in Edinburgh

The US painter best known for her anguished portraits is given a new — and rather less gloomy — showing at Talbot Rice gallery

Syrian refugee and his daughter near the Greek village of Idomeni
©Yannis Behrakis

A new art show on the frontline of the refugee crisis

An exhibition on the Greek island of Samos hopes to inspire refugee crisis solutions

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