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  1. February 14, 2014

    Jasper Johns: ‘Regrets belong to everybody, don’t they?’

    On a bright but raw January day in Sharon, Connecticut, Jasper Johns turns the ignition key in his green Gator golf cart,...

  2. November 5, 2013

    Teshigawara/Brown/Kylián, Palais Garnier, Paris – review

    The Paris Opera Ballet’s traditional autumn mixed bill is all light and shade this season, and while this unusually short...

  1. May 10, 2013

    A smaller splash

    London has seen some eye-opening exhibitions in commercial galleries this spring: Chuck Close at White Cube, Robert...

  2. February 15, 2013

    The Bride and the Bachelors: Duchamp with Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Johns, Barbican Art Gallery, London

    When one of its dancers asked Merce Cunningham what his ballet Minutiae (1954) was actually about, the choreographer led her...

  3. February 8, 2013

    The revolution continues

    “I don’t care about the word ‘art’ because it has been so discredited,” says the elderly man, puffing gently on a cigar. “I...

  4. February 1, 2013

    ‘You carry your own joy with you’

    “Schwitters Twitters” announces Tate Britain and, sure enough, a buzzing, chirping, squealing, screeching soundtrack of...

  5. July 27, 2012

    The power of sights unseen

    When the Mona Lisa was stolen in 1911, more people turned up to stare at the empty space on the Louvre’s wall than used to...

  6. July 21, 2012

    Snapshot: ‘BMW Art Car’, by Andy Warhol

    A can of Campbell’s soup, it’s not. But Andy Warhol still considered the BMW “art car” he designed to be a masterpiece....

  7. 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...

  8. January 5, 2012

    Sarah Sze: Infinite Line, Asia Society Museum, New York

    Sarah Sze’s sculptures are a museum guard’s nightmare. They erupt from the walls and spray across the floor, defying...

  9. December 28, 2011

    Manzoni: Azimut, Gagosian Gallery, London

    Had Piero Manzoni not made art out of excrement he would probably have enjoyed the status of Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper...

  10. November 4, 2011

    Prime mover

    For the Rolex arts festival at the New York Public Library this week – the crowning event of a year of illustrious arts...

  11. August 16, 2011

    Trisha Brown/Jodi Melnick/David Neumann, Jacob’s Pillow, Massachusetts

    The sight of hundreds of people materialising out of the Berkshire Hills for the sake of dance must have got to me, because...

  12. August 5, 2011

    Edinburgh untamed

    It has neither the panache nor the money of Venice or Basel, Miami or Frieze – which is precisely why the Edinburgh Art...

  13. April 15, 2011

    Junkyard genius

    ’Merz Picture Thirty-One’ (1920) Kurt Schwitters alchemised junk into artistic gold. He daily stuffed his pockets with the...

  14. March 24, 2011

    Merce Cunningham Dance Company, Joyce Theater, New York

    Send in the clowns: ‘Antic Meet’ The first of this irreplaceable company’s New York appearances in a final, globe-trotting...

  15. January 14, 2011

    Gagosian to exhibit Hirst for Hong Kong opening

    Gagosian, the international art gallery, is opening in Hong Kong next week with an inaugural exhibition by Damien Hirst in...

  16. December 6, 2010

    Mega-gallery eyes London art hub

    One of the world’s art powerhouses is to open an ambitious new gallery in London, in a move that confirms the capital’s...

  17. October 22, 2010

    Lunch with the FT: Larry Gagosian

    How do you get to be the world’s most successful art dealer? The steely-eyed, silver-haired 65-year-old who steps discreetly...

  18. May 21, 2010

    Authenticity for the masses

    Shepard Fairey manufactured an icon with his Obama "Hope" poster, transforming a rather ordinary news photograph into a...

  19. April 9, 2010

    Trisha Brown Dance Company

    The most consistent pleasures that Trisha Brown offers are not dramatic, musical or visual but kinetic. She reveals the...

  20. April 8, 2010

    Trisha Brown Dance Company, Baryshnikov Arts Center, New York

    Animal stillness: Leah Morrison The most consistent pleasures that Trisha Brown offers are not dramatic, musical or visual...

  21. March 12, 2010

    In celebration of recent times

    Few contemporary art scenes are as perplexing as Italy's. At 2009's Venice Biennale, the Italian pavilion was criticised for...

  22. December 2, 2009

    Drawings from the frontline

    "Artist's beds" would make a useful picture round for a television quiz: Van Gogh's neat cottage cot; Robert Rauschenberg's...

  23. August 20, 2009

    Somewhere between art and life

    There are times at Venice when you feel Marcel Duchamp has a lot to answer for. The artist's infamous urinal not only paved...

  24. August 19, 2009

    Martin Boyce/Teresa Margolles, Venice Biennale

    There are times at Venice when you feel Marcel Duchamp has a lot to answer for. The artist’s infamous urinal not only paved...

  25. June 5, 2009

    Rauschenberg at the Guggenheim in Venice

    In the early 1980s, Robert Rauschenberg paid a visit to his birth state of Texas during an economic crisis caused by a glut...

  26. May 25, 2009

    Guide Arts around the world

    Venice Robert Rauschenberg Gluts , an exhibition of the metal works that pre-Pop artist Rauschenberg developed in the...

  27. May 24, 2009

    Arts around the world

    MadridJoaquin Sorolla The Prado opens its survey of the Valencian master’s large-scale oil paintings on May 26. Sorolla –...

  28. February 28, 2009

    Jackie Wullschlager on top dealers of the 20th century

    Ambroise Vollard (1866-1939) Born in the French colony of La Réunion, Vollard came to Paris to study law and opened a...

  29. October 4, 2008

    Review - Dance

    A cause for rejoicing: Merce Cunningham and his dancers were at the Barbican this week with two programmes of choreography...

  30. September 27, 2008

    Cold War Modern, Design 1945-1970

    Victoria and Albert Museum London SW7 Cybernetics and cities in the air, spies in the sky and TV dinners, microwaves and...

  31. June 14, 2008

    Getting the hang of it

    What most people know about Cy Twombly is that someone was arrested for kissing one of his paintings. Not slashing or...

  32. June 14, 2008

    Getting the hang of it

    What most people know about Cy Twombly is that someone was arrested for kissing one of his paintings. Not slashing or...

  33. May 5, 2008

    Guide Arts: Around the world

    Paris Richard Serra Following on from Anselm Kiefer's first edition of the Grand Palais' Monumenta series, in 2007, is the...

  34. May 4, 2008

    Arts around the world

    ParisRichard Serra Following on from Anselm Kiefer’s first edition of the Grand Palais’ Monumenta series, in 2007, is the...

  35. February 23, 2008

    The cold light of grey

    Only a handful of artists can be described as pivotal. Michelangelo, Velásquez, Manet and Duchamp spring to mind – and so...

  36. February 9, 2008

    Polaroid film faces the final shutter

    Polaroid, the company that introduced instant photography 60 years ago, is to stop making film. The US company, which...

  37. February 9, 2008

    Shutters put up at last Polaroid film factories

    Polaroid, the company that introduced instant photography 60 years ago, is to stop making film. The US group, which stopped...

  38. February 8, 2008

    Polaroid film faces the final shutter

    Polaroid, the US company that introduced instant photography 60 years ago, is to stop making film. The group, which stopped...

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