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    1. October 20, 2014

      Folkestone Triennial: a town transformed

      Curator Lewis Biggs showed a touch of genius when he dreamt up Look Out as the title for the Folkestone Triennial. It’s...

    2. September 19, 2014

      Art on the menu

      Let me tell you one of my favourite London restaurant legends. Years ago, Fergus Henderson’s St John in Smithfield became,...

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    1. The Millennial Generation 2013

      Part two: voices of a generation. From activists in Egypt to the unemployed in Spain, ...
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    1. July 29, 2014

      Emin’s Bed makes return to UK

      Tracey Emin’s My Bed is to return to Britain after the German count who bought it at auction for £2.5m agreed to lend it to...

    2. July 25, 2014

      Market mania: a ‘how-to’ guide to hot assets

      A 9ft by 18ft London garage is for sale for £500,000. An anonymous buyer just paid £2.5m for a bed because artist Tracey...

    3. July 2, 2014

      Tracey Emin’s unmade bed sells for £2.5m

      Tracey Emin’s “My Bed” has sold at Christie’s for £2.5m, achieving a world record price for the artist at auction. Ms Emin,...

    4. January 9, 2014

      M&S results not bad enough to cook Marc Bolland’s Christmas goose

      There is a limit to how long you can go on reporting “signs of recovery” in a troubled business. Yet Marc Bolland, the...

    5. January 7, 2014

      Art, dance, rockets and diplomacy: UK-Russia Year of Culture

      Billionaires quaffing champagne on superyachts, trophy football clubs, capacious swimming pools excavated from basements in...

    6. December 13, 2013

      Tracey Emin: The artist on being the toast of Miami

      Miami Beach’s Fontainebleau hotel was the hard-talking, fast-living centre of American celebrity in its 1960s heyday. It was...

    7. FT Photo Diary

      October 11, 2013

      Christie's and Saatchi think big

      Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images A Christie’s employee looks up at artist Martin Honert’s ‘Giants’ at The Thinking Big auction...

    8. October 4, 2013

      Architecture: a new addition to London’s Royal Academy

      The Royal Academy building on London’s Piccadilly is a kind of self-contained architectural museum. It consists of a...

    9. August 16, 2013

      The home decor choices of artists, writers and filmmakers

      David Tang, entrepreneur and founder of ICorrect, offers advice on questions about property, interiors – and modern manners...

    10. 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...

    11. June 6, 2013

      Styling the future: Breaking into the fashion world

      There is always something cooking in young designer Katie Eary’s kitchen. Her studio takes up the ground floor of her...

    12. December 29, 2012

      New year honours – list

      Companions of Honour Lord Seb Coe, for services to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Knights Bachelor Quentin Blake,...

    13. December 28, 2012

      In praise of the write stuff

      Presents all opened, cooed over and safely packed away? Thank you notes sent and already popped in the post? Yes, you read...

    14. December 13, 2012

      Pushing boundaries

      The global economic outlook may still be uncertain, but corporate art collecting is weathering the storm. Far from being...

    15. 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...

    16. December 3, 2012

      Elizabeth Price scoops Turner Prize

      The Turner Prize has been awarded to Elizabeth Price for a “rhythmic and ritualistic” film linking Gothic architecture, a...

    17. November 30, 2012

      All the fun of the fairs

      Art Miami December 4-9 www.art-miami.com One of the largest satellite fairs, Art Miami boasts “Banksy out of Context”, five...

    18. October 5, 2012

      The Art Market: Movers and fakers

      The gold rush to the East continues with the arrival in Hong Kong of New York’s Lehmann Maupin gallery, which has bagged...

    19. September 28, 2012

      The Art Market: Bringing out the big guns

      Hardly a week goes by without something new happening on the Chinese art scene. Even though art sales have faltered in the...

    20. July 22, 2012

      The job: Hospital art curator

      Artworks in a hospital are not sealed in an ivory tower. They have a therapeutic purpose, creating a sense of calm for...

    21. June 23, 2012

      Questions of taste

      “Make people feel smart, and they will put up with anything.” It’s routine for art critics to make snide cracks at those who...

    22. June 12, 2012

      Keane, Brixton Academy, London

      Here’s a curious thing: Strangeland is the title of both the current album by Keane and the 2005 autobiography of Tracey...

    23. May 25, 2012

      Traces of Tracey

      No British artist has achieved such fame and fortune on the basis of such slender talent as Tracey Emin. We all – including...

    24. May 18, 2012

      Tracey Emin draws the Queen

      Tracey Emin has met the Queen both in her home town of Margate and at Buckingham Palace. Emin is a strong royalist, and when...

    25. May 2, 2012

      From dark days to brighter future

      Arriving at the snowy Georgian sweep of Carlton House Terrace one Tuesday afternoon in March I was perplexed to find the...

    26. April 16, 2012

      Pre-Raphaelites out to shock at Tate

      Tracey Emin may have caused the art world to gasp by exhibiting her unmade bed, but Tate Britain’s autumn exhibition will...

    27. February 3, 2012

      Short cuts

      Moscow British Airways is to introduce first-class services between London and Moscow to capitalise on surging demand for...

    28. January 27, 2012

      The scramble for India

      Thursday was Republic Day in India, and in the spruced-up streets of New Delhi thousands of bandbox-perfect troops in...

    29. January 17, 2012

      Simon Fujiwara at St Ives

      “I wouldn’t be an artist if it wasn’t for Tracey Emin don’t run that as a headline,” says Simon Fujiwara in one breath. “As...

    30. January 14, 2012

      The real deal in the virtual marketplace

      Is the world ready for a virtual, limited-edition artwork, which can be bought and sold like a physical asset? Harry Blain...

    31. January 7, 2012

      Christmas challenge 2011: the answers

      Thanks to everyone who entered the Life & Arts Christmas Challenge, published on December 24, and congratulations to Kathy...

    32. December 2, 2011

      Glitz and pieces

      Art Basel Miami Beach, which opened to VIP guests in the Florida city this Wednesday, is the last of the major art market...

    33. October 11, 2011

      One of a kind

      One of the best reasons for visiting the Frieze Art Fair is not to look at the art on sale but to discover the Frieze...

    34. September 30, 2011

      Tracey Emin

      Doyenne of the YBAs. Voted Tory in 2010, said the party was the only hope for the arts ● Make poetry and needlework...

    35. July 22, 2011

      A 21st-century Wife of Bath?

      Tracey Emin is meant to be the epitome of a contemporary artist. In a way, this is true; she has taken to new extremes the...

    36. July 17, 2011

      White Cube takes its art to Chinese

      White Cube, the influential London gallery best known for pioneering the works of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, is opening...

    37. June 17, 2011

      The Art Market: Fight to buy

      Paul Klee’s ‘Parklandschaft’ (1920), for sale at Sotheby’s There is always a scrum to get into Art Basel but this year’s...

    38. June 3, 2011

      Of tick tocks and tactics

      Sir David Tang, founder of ICorrect, globetrotter, and the man about too many towns to mention, divides his time between...

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