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    1. September 5, 2014

      More exhibitions including Anthony Caro and Xu Bing

      V-A-C Collection, Whitechapel Gallery, London The Whitechapel’s admirable programme of bringing international collections to...

    2. FT Photo Diary

      July 17, 2013

      In the shadow of the 'Spider Maman' in Bilbao

      David Ramos/Bloomberg Pedestrians pass the “Spider Maman” steel sculpture by Louise Bourgeois on the waterside in Bilbao,...

    1. June 28, 2013

      Fibre optics

      At 10am on the opening morning of India’s Kochi Biennale, Ernesto Neto is not the only artist to look exhausted. A glut of...

    2. November 26, 2012

      Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture Undone, 1955-1972, Museum of Modern Art, New York

      Like many attractive artists, Alina Szapocznikow enjoyed posing, whether it was for someone else’s snapshot or for her own...

    3. November 23, 2012

      Contemporary vintage

      Art and wine: the combination sounds irresistible. And this is what Dublin property investor and art collector Patrick...

    4. October 19, 2012

      The Art Market: All astir in Paris

      In the run-up to Paris’s leading contemporary art fair, Fiac, which opened on Wednesday, only one subject was on everyone’s...

    5. October 3, 2012

      Bound Unbound: Lin Tianmiao, Asia Society, New York

      The snip, snip, snip of scissors fills the silent space. Titanic blades hover on a floating screen, hacking at a curtain of...

    6. 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...

    7. September 13, 2012

      Phoenix rising

      In a world that is in love with minimalist steel and glass, who needs ormolu and marquetry? Who wants the grand goût...

    8. June 15, 2012

      The art market: And so to Basel ...

      Art Basel opened this week with a two-day invitation-only vernissage designed to avoid last year’s pandemonium, when...

    9. June 5, 2012

      Charles Long: Pet Sounds, Madison Square Park, New York; Tomás Saraceno on the Roof: Cloud City, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

      It’s a fantastic moment for outdoor art in Manhattan. Psychedelic blobs are disgorging strange noises in Madison Square...

    10. April 27, 2012

      Gone – but still doing good work

      If you’re keen on the works of art market darling Alexander Calder, the 20th-century US artist famous for his mobile...

    11. February 15, 2012

      Christie’s art sale hits post-2008 high

      The rare sale of a Francis Bacon painting depicting a full-figured female nude on a bed pushed sales at Christie’s Postwar...

    12. February 6, 2012

      Yayoi Kusama, Tate Modern, London

      There are 14 rooms in Tate Modern’s extensive retrospective of 82-year-old Yayoi Kusama, of which 13 offer pretty standard...

    13. October 14, 2011

      Frieze Art Fair 2011

      Is the live hermit crab inhabiting a shiny replica of Brancusi’s sculpture “Sleeping Muse” in Pierre Huyghe’s aquarium...

    14. October 12, 2011

      Structure and Absence, White Cube Bermondsey, London

      Picasso’s dealer Kahnweiler loved collapses in business because they gave him time to write art history. Vollard, Cézanne’s...

    15. April 23, 2011

      Taraf de Haïdouks and Kočani Orkestar: Band of Gypsies 2

      Taraf de Haïdouks and Kočani Orkestar Band of Gypsies 2 (Crammed) What could improve a wedding week soundtrack from the...

    16. December 17, 2010

      In praise of older women

      ‘Trees’ (1990-1991) by Joan Mitchell If the pram in the hall is the enemy of good art, what happens when the babies grow up...

    17. December 10, 2010

      Leading from the front

      FT writers and editors pick their most influential women of the past 10 years across the globe, from Nobel prize-winning...

    18. October 16, 2010

      Still life with vineyard

      Lorenza Sebasti with Daniel Buren’s ‘Sulle Vigne Punti di Vista’ We are standing in a stone outbuilding at Castello di Ama,...

    19. October 13, 2010

      ‘Louise Bourgeois: The Fabric Works’, Hauser and Wirth, London W1

      Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Untitled’ At one stroke, Hauser and Wirth has transformed London’s art map with the inauguration on...

    20. October 13, 2010

      Hauser & Wirth raises the stakes

      London’s largest commercial gallery space to date will open its doors for the first time on October 13, with a major show of...

    21. July 3, 2010

      The grown-up model comes of age

      Elle Macpherson for Louis Vuitton in March Clothes and hairstyles are not the only trends born on the catwalk. Designers...

    22. June 12, 2010

      A great sculptor, regardless of her sex

      From Ms Helen Fairbank Goodkin. Sir, Thank you for the excellent obituary of sculptor Louise Bourgeois (“Pioneering feminist...

    23. June 8, 2010

      The still centre of a spinning world

      Textiles loomed large in the life of Louise Bourgeois from childhood. Born to a family of tapestry restorers in Paris, from...

    24. June 7, 2010

      The still centre of a spinning world

      Business of pain: Louise Bourgeois’ ‘Spider’, 2007 (detail) Textiles loomed large in the life of Louise Bourgeois from...

    25. June 5, 2010

      Pioneering feminist sculptor who unleashed huge spiders

      Louise Bourgeois, who died aged 98 in New York on Monday, was the greatest female artist of the 20th century and held a...

    26. June 4, 2010

      Feminist sculptor who unleashed huge spiders

      Louise Bourgeois, who died aged 98 in New York on Monday, was  one of the greatest female artists of the 20th century and...

    27. April 19, 2010

      Guide: Arts around the world

      Abu DhabiWomadThe Womad world music festival - held in Abu Dhabi for the first time last year - comes to the Corniche from...

    28. February 27, 2010

      Hauser & Wirth’s latest expansion

      Iwan Wirth in his newest London gallery space With his round glasses and curly dark hair, Iwan Wirth looks a bit like a...

    29. October 30, 2009

      Dressing up for a job in the art world

      Examining the costume choices I make when I dress for my job at an art gallery, I’m reminded of artists who use fashion both...

    30. May 30, 2009

      On Show

      Giving something back Super Contemporary at London’s Design Museum is a showcase of 15 new commissions from some of London’s...

    31. September 4, 2008

      Tate's art collection boosted by 300 gifts

      A record number of almost 500 art works, worth more than £63m, were acquired by the Tate galleries over the year 2007-08....

    32. September 4, 2008

      Tate’s art collection boosted by 300 gifts

      A record number of almost 500 art works, worth more than £63m, were acquired by the Tate galleries over the year 2007-08....

    33. August 2, 2008

      Tracey Emin, 20 Years

      Tracey Emin, 20 Years Modern Art Galleries, Edinburgh When the dust and glitter settle and the Young British Artists become...

    34. May 10, 2008

      Visual arts - Jackie Wullschlager

      Paula Rae Gibson Rollo, London W1 Another way of questioning how female artists use their own bodies. In opposition to the...

    35. April 26, 2008

      Still angry after all these years

      Why have there been no great women artists?" Linda Nochlin's provocative question, asked in 1971, echoed down to the end of...

    36. April 12, 2008

      Isa Genzken

      Isa Genzken, who is 60 this year, belongs to a generation of women artists born between the end of the second world war and...

    37. January 12, 2008

      VISUAL ARTS

      Andrey Bartenev, Disco-nexion Riflemaker Beak Street, London W1 "If I weren't an artist, I would be a dancing pianist,"...

    38. December 22, 2007

      VISUAL ARTS JACKIE WULLSCHLAGER

      The Painting of Modern Life Hayward Gallery, London SE1 Last chance to catch this provocative show and other highlights of...

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