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    1. November 14, 2014

      Anish Kapoor: art therapy with Syrian refugee children

      Anish Kapoor, creator of some of the grandest projects in contemporary art, admits to having felt a range of “complicated”...

    2. September 26, 2014

      Art Market: the fate of Detroit’s art collection

      One of the problems of valuing art is that experts rarely agree: ask four specialists, as the joke goes, and you will get...

    1. September 24, 2014

      Dries Van Noten takes us gently out of the bright

      The arrival of a new black – the darkest and most absorbing (only 0.035 per cent of light is able to escape) – is a...

    2. July 10, 2014

      Celebrities line up to back Labour party fundraiser

      Artworks by Sir Antony Gormley, Sir Anish Kapoor and Grayson Perry – some of Britain’s best known contemporary artists –...

    3. April 4, 2014

      Shortcuts: Walking holidays in Nepal, Australia’s Hayman Island, Shangri-La news app

      Australia In 1947, when the Australian aviation entrepreneur Reg Ansett bought Hayman Island, subsequently the setting of...

    4. March 23, 2014

      The state of Scottish art

      Where sport leads, culture follows. To tie in with Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games in July, visual arts centres all over...

    5. March 11, 2014

      Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain, Tate Liverpool – review

      Is Tate Liverpool bidding to become the leftist conscience of British art? No sooner does it close its exhibition Art...

    6. February 25, 2014

      Six of UK’s top architects shortlisted for Crystal Palace revival

      Six high-profile UK architects have been shortlisted to revive the Crystal Palace at its former site in south London....

    7. November 29, 2013

      Brazil’s Inhotim is an art lover’s paradise

      The most impressive, and unexpected, display of contemporary art you’re ever likely to see – if you’re prepared to undertake...

    8. June 14, 2013

      Queen’s birthday honours list gets back to business

      Michael Hintze, the hedge fund boss and Conservative party donor, has been created a knight in the Queen’s birthday honours...

    9. FT Photo Diary

      May 17, 2013

      Kapoor In Berlin

      Markus Schreiber/AP Indian Artist Anish Kapoor stands inside his sculpture ’1st Body’ in his exhibition ‘Kapoor In Berlin’...

    10. December 23, 2012

      A passion for abstraction

      Long before it was even formed, the Schulhof Collection found its destination, one summer day in Venice in the 1950s. Novice...

    11. December 4, 2012

      Antony Gormley: Model, White Cube, Bermondsey, London

      Antony Gormley is the people’s sculptor. From the outset of his career in the early 1980s he has announced his commitment to...

    12. October 10, 2012

      PAD London, Berkeley Square

      Now in its sixth year, PAD (Pavilion of Art + Design) has lost none of its flair for displaying objects of desire as if they...

    13. September 28, 2012

      Lunch with the FT: Peter Marino

      In the style-obsessed auditoriums that play host to the world’s fashion weeks, when someone mentions a “star designer” they...

    14. September 21, 2012

      New stars of India

      In the September edition of Vogue India, sandwiched between features on bridal couture, facial yoga and the Bollywood...

    15. September 14, 2012

      Cast of thousands

      Hockney versus Hirst, the Royal Academy versus Tate Modern – that was London’s visual arts battleground in the first half of...

    16. September 13, 2012

      Punk, precious, and dangerous to wear

      Unlike many of the artists who dabble in jewellery design, sculptors Tim Noble and Sue Webster regard it as a core part of...

    17. beyondbrics

      July 25, 2012

      India's tycoons rally to support world's least successful sporting nation

      Lakshmi Mittal and Anish Kapoor with Kapoor’s design for the ArcelorMittal Orbit As discussed in Wednesday’s FT Notebook,...

    18. July 6, 2012

      Creativity is a breeze

      When he was a little boy, Ryan Gander used to get up at 4.30am to wave goodbye to his father as he set off to work at a car...

    19. June 22, 2012

      The next big thing

      “What is the maximum architecture can do?” Rem Koolhaas asked at the end of the 20th century. “Architects are in the...

    20. June 22, 2012

      Just what the collector ordered

      Robert Wilson is out of breath, gasping down the telephone. “We’re replanting all the ferns we dug up for the installation...

    21. May 11, 2012

      Out of orbit

      It started with a chance conversation in a cloakroom at the Davos economic forum. Boris Johnson, mayor of London, bumped...

    22. May 8, 2012

      Delays expected in Olympic tickets release

      A fresh sales spurt of Olympic tickets will be launched this week, with organisers warning the public to expect delays of at...

    23. May 4, 2012

      Lunch with the FT: Anish Kapoor

      Although I have the address, it is impossible to pinpoint the entrance to Anish Kapoor’s studio in Camberwell. It turns out...

    24. February 3, 2012

      The art market: Ivory and towers

      Fair organiser Sanford Smith has got a surprising new French squeeze. He has joined forces with the staid, venerable...

    25. February 3, 2012

      Displacement activity

      Exile is almost a condition of post-Renaissance art: the French classicists Poussin and Claude settled in Italy, Gauguin...

    26. December 9, 2011

      Leading from the front

       Art Iwona Blazwick As director of London’s Whitechapel Gallery, she is one of the world’s leading public gallery directors....

    27. November 18, 2011

      Dream teams

      Brazilian superstar Gilberto Gil is perched on a high stool not three metres in front of me, cradling his acoustic guitar as...

    28. October 7, 2011

      The Friezing art of selling

      Upmarket developers have long been aware that to leave a house undressed is as risky as, well, leaving the house undressed....

    29. September 30, 2011

      Don’t use the ‘A’ word

      It is revealing that the organisers of the new Masterpiece fair in London chose not to use the “A” word. Even a mention of...

    30. September 29, 2011

      Olympic landmark goes into Orbit

      Peering up through a tangled and lofty mass of steel pipes rising from the ground in London, Cecil Balmond explains the...

    31. July 26, 2011

      Olympic Park will return at least £1.3bn

      The development of London’s Olympic Park after the 2012 Games will pay well in excess of £1.3bn to the public purse,...

    32. July 5, 2011

      Sculptures transform heart of Square Mile

      Part of the City of London is being transformed into an outdoor street gallery with an ambition to match the striking...

    33. May 6, 2011

      Beyond the city limits

      Richard Prince’s ‘American/English’ (2006) France has not produced a world-class artist since the mid-20th century and...

    34. May 6, 2011

      Seeds of change

      This week will see the unveiling of 12 striking animal heads cast in bronze, in the handsome 18th-century courtyard of...

    35. March 18, 2011

      Conquering the west

      Ma Yansong and towers at Mississauga So far, the phenomenon of the starchitect has been all one-way traffic – the west...

    36. February 18, 2011

      Tate Britain’s new watercolour exhibition

      Peter Lanyon’s ‘Coast’ (1953) Is Tate allergic to beauty? The solo exhibitions this winter at the four Tates – Susan Hiller...

    37. February 11, 2011

      Landscapes? Think again

      ‘January 9: 1983: II’, by Patrick Heron, 1983 The modernist painter Willem de Kooning said that watercolour painting is “the...

    38. January 28, 2011

      Full speed ahead at the India Art Summit

      George K. sculpture at India Art Summit It is unusual to be peering at a work of art through the gap between two burly,...

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