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Available back issues

  • July/August 2021

    July/August 2021

    U Got The Copyright: Row over Andy Warhol's use of Lynn Goldsmith Prince photo goes back to court

    Bring Back The C-Word: With economic and cultural value increasingly muddled, it's time for a return of the connoisseur

    On Message: Barbara Kruger revisits her early catchphrases in an anti-retrospective

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  • June 2021

    June 2021

    Special Investigation: How US Cold War spy photographs revewal destruction of American heritage

    The Beautiful Game: The super league, trophies and hubris: what football has in common with the art world

    Atlantic Crossing: Guyana-born ainters Frank Bowling on British landscapes and American abstraction

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  • May 2021

    May 2021

    Greek Tragedy: Proposed renovation of the Acropolos will damage the heritage site, experts say

    Reality Check: We may have found a way to monetise digital are - but what might we lose?

    Delayed Inla: Does the Made in Los Angeles biennial still have its finger on the pulse?

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  • April 2021

    April 2021

    Visitor Figures: Our global survey shows how Covid-19 ravaged art museum attendance last year

    Leading The Way: Germany is saying auf Wiedersehen to the Benin Bronzes so what about the UK?

    Taking The Mickey: KAWS exhibition at Brooklyn Museum aims to give the mega brand credibility

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  • March 2021

    March 2021

    Long COVID: Which countries' art institutions are closest to getting back to business?

    Singular Success: Record-breaking prices show the value put on sole attribution in the Old Masters market

    Graphic Imagination: Francesco de Goya's prints and drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

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  • February 2021

    February 2021

    Art Links: Was right-wing QAnon inspired by left-wing Italian art collective?

    Still Standing: After controversies over racism, job loses and that Guston show, MFA Boston looks to the future.

    Team Players: The Kamoinge workshop chronicles Black experience at the Whitney Museum of American Art

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  • January 2021

    January 2021

    Dazed and Confused: How will things change for dealers, shippers, artists and auctioneers when Brexit kicks in?

    Man Of The Moment: A striking Botticelli portrait goes to auction this months - with many mysteries still surrounding it.

    True Confessions: Tracey Emin's heart-rending duet with Edvard Munch at the Royal Academy of Arts.

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  • December 2020

    December 2020

    Taking The Temperature: Looking back at a year of catasrtopic lows and some notable highs

    Mint Imperial: Is Berlin's sparkling new Humbolt Forum already behind the times?

    Beauty and Horror: Bitter Truths behind Howardena Pindell's colourful abstractions at The Shed

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  • November 2020

    November 2020

    Corleone Of Culture: Is UK culture minister adopting a Godfather approad to arts funding?

    Everything Must Go: Baltimore Museum of Arts defends it decision to sell off three major works

    All Hail, Artemisia: National Gallery exhibition - The Italian artist's first major UK survey - goes the distance

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  • October 2020

    October 2020

    Thirty Not Out: We reflect on some of our biggest stories of the past three decades.

    Objectively Trump: Andres Serrano creates a presidential portrait through memorabilia.

    A Sense of Place: Cecily Brown's show at Blenheim Palace examines the meaning of Englishness.

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  • September 2020

    September 2020

    In Ruins: Beirut's deadly explosion devestates city's burgeoning art community

    Country Life?: Artists have an opportunity to take control and "rewild" the market

    Brave New World: The Royal Academy's Gaugin and the Impressionists in a different light

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  • July/August 2020

    July/August 2020

    Protecting Pablo: A Norwegian artist's daughter fights to save the murals her father made with Picasso

    New-Age Gods: Will the market bow down to a fresh group of deities in the post-pandemic era?

    Raphael in Reverse: A provocative survey re-opens in Rome to tell the artist's life from end to beginning

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  • June 2020
  • May 2020

    May 2020

    New Sensations: How will the heirs to the YBAs emerge from the pandemic? And who will back them?

    An Eye on the Past: Reports from our archives reveal how the market survived earlier crises

    Art & Tech: A survey of breakout work in digital art, gaming and virtual viewing


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  • April 2020

    April 2020

    Running on Empty: How the coronavirus crisis is affecting the arts industry and communities across the globe

    Art's Most Popular: Our much-anticipated international ranings of the most visited museums and exhibitions last year

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  • March 2020

    March 2020

    Beyond The Mask: How galleries in China adn Hong Kong are copign with the Covid-19 crisis

    Moneky Business: A rococo simian teapot and other delights at the Dutch fine art fair

    This Month: What's happening in the worlds of Exhibitions, Books and Media

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  • February 2020

    February 2020

    Monuments Men: Southern states get creative with their Confederate statue headache

    The Surreal Deal: How collectors have been boweld over by the Belgian artist René Magritte

    This Month: What's happening in the worlds of Exhibitions, Books and Media

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  • January 2020

    January 2020

    Sheep Show: Resotration of Van Eyck's Ghent Altarpiece reveals a vivid Lamb of God

    Body Politics: The breakout artist Tschbalala Self on how her 'avatars' examine race and gender

    The Year Ahead 2020: Inside: our essential guide to the year's exhibitions, fairs and biennials worldwide

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  • December 2019

    December 2019

    Stories of 2019: Brexit uncertainty, Notre Dame burns and Leonardo 500 celebrations

    Regency Restitution: Buckingham Palace lends the stupendous treasures of George IV back to Brighton Pavilion

    This Month: What's happening in the worlds of Exhibtions, Books and Media

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  • November 2019

    November 2019

    The Big Reveal: After a $450m makeover, is MoMA finally fit for the 21st century?

    Elephant in the Room: Anqitue trade goes to court to soften restrictions of the Ivory Act

    This Month: What's happening in the worlds of Exhibitions, Books and Media

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  • October 2019

    October 2019

    All Change: Opening of high-tech storehouse speeds up the Louvre's great rehang

    Buyer's Guide: Mouton to lapin: inside the marked for design duo Les Lalanne

    New Review: What's happening in Exhibitons, Books and Media in our redesigned section

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  • September 2019

    September 2019

    Tracy Chevalier: The novelist tells toe story of her passion for embroidery

    Material Science: How designers are taking to edgy new substances

    Art & Unrest: Hong Kong collectors consider moving art | Artists take lead role in Russian protests

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  • July/August 2019

    July/August 2019

    Unbridled Perspective: Martin Parr champions a new breed of wedding photographer

    Gold Standard: The Valadiers, the first family of 18th century decoration, are celebrated

    Revenge of Spider-Woman: Demand for Louise Bourgeois and her arachnids continues to grow

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  • June 2019

    June 2019

    Robust Richter: German artist's broad appeal continues to attract global buyers

    Story Time: Faith Ringgold's quilts describing the history of civil rights makes European debut

    Happy Bunnies: New York's $2bn 'giga week' sets new records for Koons, Monet, Bourgeois and more

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  • May 2019
  • April 2019
  • March 2019
  • February 2019

    February 2019

    Dress To Impress: V&A unveils Dior gown that was fit for a princess

    Countdown To Brexit: Would no deal be a big deal for British galleries?

    Rembering Rembrandt: Simon Schama celebrates the Old Master on the 350th anniversary of his death

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  • January 2019
  • December 2018

    December 2018

    Restitution: two decades after a landmark agreement on Nazi-looted art, how much progress has been made?

    Censorship in Shanghai: dealers at Chinese fairs fear market slowdown thanks to stringent rules

    The Year in Review: we look back at the highs and lows of a turbulent 2018

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  • November 2018

    November 2018

    Warhol at the Whitney: a sprawling survey of the Pop pioneer for the social-media age

    Wolfgang Beltracchi: the audacious forger tells us why the art market is like the mafia

    Grayson Perry: Bohemia, village or souk? The artist on art fairs

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  • October 2018

    October 2018

    Who needs artists? Rise in works made by AI raises real questions for the art market

    Riyas Komu, co-founder of Kerala's Kochi-Muziris Biennale, steps down after #MeToo allegations

    Soane Museum starts crowdfunding campaign to restore valued frame of a Reynolds painting

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  • September 2018

    September 2018

    Soane Museum starts crowdfunding campaign to restore valued frame of a Reynolds painting

    Will the market for artificial intelligence art take off?

    Nigeria plans museum for art looted from Benin

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  • July/August 2018

    July/August 2018

    'Pioneering' private museum reveals troubled history of Romania’s post-war art

    Art world figures at Fiac reveal the main challenges they face today

    'Pay Attention Mother Fuckers': Bruce Nauman’s slippery, split-up MoMA retrospective rewards vigilant viewers

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  • June 2018
  • May 2018
  • April 2018
  • March 2018
  • February 2018
  • January 2018