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The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art has grown to become a contemporary art juggernaut
Dealers arrived in Miami with low expectations, but many were pleased by early business
The irresistible “Nineties” section cleverly sets the context for many of this year’s offerings
An exhibition that pursues a dreamlike course through its galleries
Art Basel’s Unlimited sector displays work too large for most fairs. But who collects it?
A Tate curator since 1988, she talks about the gallery’s giant new extension and her vision for the institution’s future
The artist’s London show expresses the terrible beauty of unbelonging
June opening of Switch House will boost gallery space by 60% and visitor figures by 1m a year
The work of two artists investigates the concept of blackness and their own lived ethnic experience
The Metropolitan Museum’s new outpost opens to the public with a pair of contrasting exhibitions, both full of surprises
Designers often cite art as inspiration for their collections. But at what point does homage become rip-off?
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This is a hypnotic retrospective of the work of an artist who uses traditional crafts to create surrealistic meditations on femininity
Works in the most durable medium in the history of art are assembled in a bravura display