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The artists fuse real with surreal and modern with classical in bold exhibitons that work their magic
What to see around the city
Palazzos prove the perfect settings for three giants of painting
Works by Warhol, Lichtenstein and Ruscha among those sold
The series of exhibitions are ambitious – but there are some strange omissions
The artist talks about his ‘huge huge leap’ from relative unknown to commanding stellar prices, and what sent Bacon mad in the studio
An excellent show of works by an artist whose achievements are still not fully recognised
Peter Doig’s Trinidadian works evoke Gauguin and Matisse, and show an artist grappling with the past and future of painting
Peter Doig’s painting is inspired by an audience member walking between the projector and the screen
The National Gallery’s autumn blockbuster aims to explore photography’s evolving relationship with the Old Masters. But where are today’s defining practitioners?
The new Frieze Masters fair is a dignified partner for the funkier Frieze London
Three exceptional exhibitions afford a rare chance to consider how an influential mid-career generation is evolving
Peter Doig’s show of new work launches the Michael Werner, a New York gallery that has a stellar roster of painters
No certificate, no sale; US dealer’s gift; German journalists scoop prize; new book tackles Jean Arp’s sculptures