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Kerry James Marshall: driven to make a difference
Features
Kerry James Marshall: driven to make a difference 29 April 2016

As his touring US solo exhibition opens in Chicago, where he lives, the painter reflects on the oddness of survey shows, the power of the market and achieving all his dreams

Yoko Ono: Serious Play
Yoko Ono: Serious Play

As shows of her work draw the crowds in Beijing and Lyons, the Fluxus veteran and conceptual art pioneer reflects on her longevity. The secret? Mischievous improvisation and cold baths

Farah Diba Pahlavi: an exile from a collection
Farah Diba Pahlavi: an exile from a collection

As the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art’s enviable collection prepares to travel to Germany next year, the former empress of Iran reflects on the turbulence her country has faced in recent years—and her contribution to its cultural life

DADA: 100 Years On
DADA: 100 Years On

Horrified by the slaughter of the First World War, the Dadaists espoused irrationality to ridicule the logic that had led to war. But Dada’s influence has stretched far past 1918

Do Ho Suh: the fabric of life
Do Ho Suh: the fabric of life

As shows of his work open at opposite ends of the US, the nomadic Korean-born artist explains how his coloured cloth installations reflect his transient existence

Welcome to the virtual world
Welcome to the virtual world

With the ground-breaking Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset hitting the mainstream later this year, a growing number of artists and museums are incorporating this and other new technologies into their work

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