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Magic lanterns, Pink Floyd and the Tall Ships are all visiting in 2017. Oh, and Usain Bolt
A giant structure sits at the heart of the sculptor’s new show, in which works resemble buildings as much as bodies
Rosemary Harris seeks works with a therapeutic purpose
The pros and cons of the trend towards gigantism
Jonathan Dove’s opera imbues a biblical tale with environmental overtones
Smaller spaces such as Studio Voltaire are independent and vibrant arenas for art in otherwise neglected areas
The art dealer talks about his rise from selling fire extinguishers to making household names of Britain’s YBAs
Sculptor Rachel Whiteread talks about her first permanent public artwork in the UK, a frieze for the Whitechapel Gallery
Phyllida Barlow, sculptor of the ‘anti-monumental’, mounts a new show at the Hauser & Wirth gallery
The Royal Academy’s new show offers a perverse overview of British sculpture
The Turner prize-winning artist talks about her passion for collecting lost objects and finding pathos in the overlooked and the ordinary
Installations steal the show that features random juxtapositions of some 30 artists mostly born in the 1970s
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