Museums and galleries ponder Britain’s role

Centres of culture fret about broader implications of Brexit

‘My War’ (1969)
©David Fahey

Snapshot: ‘My War’ (1969) by David Fahey

The photographs document a parallel war: the often banal experience of deployment, the fight against fear and boredom

Christian Boltanski’s ‘Animitas’ (2014) in the Chilean desert
©Christian Boltanski

Christian Boltanski: ‘everybody can kill’

The artist on matters of life and death that have absorbed him for his entire artistic career

‘Lady on a bus, NYC’ (1957)
©Estate of Diane Arbus

Diane Arbus: hunter of eccentricity

A re-examination of the photographer’s early years documents her development into one of the greats

Untitled work by William Eggleston taken in 1974 (Karen Chatham, left, with the artist’s cousin Lesa Aldridge)
©Eggleston Artistic Trust

William Eggleston: in living colour

The insular subjects of the ‘godfather of American colour photography’ are brought to life in a revealing new show

Still from Bruce Conner's 'Crossroads' (1976)

Bruce Conner: It’s All True, Museum of Modern Art, New York — review

MoMA’s show celebrates a complicated genius

Art, science and a brand new blue

The art world is thrilled at the prospect of the first vivid new shade for 200 years

Georgian London’s foremost gallery to return

Courtauld Institute to recreate the Great Room at Somerset House

‘Parlourmaids’ (1939) by Bill Brandt
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Snapshot: ‘Parlourmaids’ (1939) by Bill Brandt

The photographer’s landmark collection casts a satirical eye on the social mores of the interwar era

‘Triptych — Studies of the Human Body’ (1970)
©Estate of Francis Bacon/Ordovas

Francis Bacon at Grimaldi Forum, Monaco

Jackie Wullschlager on ‘the last great European Modernist’

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