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Freeing Tania Bruguera

... a family member or authoritarian government”. “I don’t see any real differences except in the form,” she says of her work, before settling on an apt genetic metaphor: “I think one is a DNA mutation of the other.” Freeing Tania Bruguera #Features

Frieze New York gets theatrical

... Apollo 11 moon landing in July 1969. Luna also provided a new outlet for Mauri’s performative work (in addition to being an artist, he was a playwright). The work will be installed in consultation with his estate. Frieze New York gets theatrical #Features

Symbiotic siblings: Alberto and Diego Giacometti

... away. He’s always contemporary—an inexhaustible figure.” • Giacometti, Tate Modern, London, 10 May-10 September; Diego Giacometti sale, Sotheby’s Paris, 17 May, works exhibited 12-16 May Symbiotic siblings: Alberto and Diego Giacometti #Features

Death, destruction and deity: painting Guernica

... September; museoreinasofia.es The magpie artist: works that may have paved the way to Guernica Guernica’s influences are likely to have included works from a range of disciplines across the centuries Death, destruction and deity: painting Guernica #Features

Cerith Wyn Evans: Light Fantastic

... rose bush which grows against the church wall. • Tate Britain Commission 2017, Tate Britain, London, 28 March-20 August; Venice Biennale, 13 May-26 November; Sculpture Projects Münster 2017, 10 June-1 October Cerith Wyn Evans: Light Fantastic #Features

The Antarctic Biennale: a crazy idea becomes reality

... (Australia); Valentine Siboni (France); Winston Chmielinski (US) Artistic Advisory Board: Alexander Ponomarev (head); Sam Keller; Hans Ulrich Obrist; Sheikha Hoor Al-Qasimi; Hani Rashid; Nadim Samman The Antarctic Biennale: a crazy idea becomes reality #Features

The other lives of artists

... suggests that Velázquez’s last meaningful act as a painter was to enshrine in oil on canvas his progress from mere artist to esteemed nobleman. • Michelangelo & Sebastiano, National Gallery, London, 15 March-25 June The other lives of artists #Features

The art machine: the Centre Pompidou at 40

... enjoy art,” Piano says. “Of course, we preserve the openness and accessibility that we started to preach 40 years ago. But we also have to defend more and more the silence.” — Julia Halperin The art machine: the Centre Pompidou at 40 #Museums #Features

Ruin or Rebuild? Conserving heritage in an age of terrorism

... proposed by Bruno, and since expanded into a cultural centre, would open in 2016. But construction began on the first phase in September, funded by the South Korean government. — Ben Luke Ruin or Rebuild? Conserving heritage in an age of terrorism #Features

‘Paintings untethered to notions of taste or intention’

... exhibition Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction (Museum of Modern Art, New York, until 19 March 2017). The show is organised by MoMA and the Kunsthaus Zurich ‘Paintings untethered to notions of taste or intention’ #Features

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