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Published online: 08 September 2014

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Published online: 03 September 2014

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Published online: 02 September 2014

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The ones who slipped through the net

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Published online: 01 September 2014

Women lead the way

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Published online: 01 September 2014


Artists not wanted

Well artists, you had a good run. It’s not easy working in today’s art world, as the artist Bob and Roberta Smith knows. Perhaps that’s why...

Buy a Koons handbag, help save the world

Everybody loves a good cause, and there is none better than promoting the importance of vaccinations. So we welcome the news that Jeff...

Mates' rates

The French conceptual artist Bernar Venet has launched his own foundation in the south of France on a four-hectare estate that is one of...


Ideas are 'beautiful gifts'

Though David Lynch is best known as a film-maker, his earliest cultural forays were in painting. In the late 1960s, he was a student at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and the school’s museum is now hosting an exhibition of his graphic art, opening on 13 September. The show brings together 95 paintings and drawings made between 1965 and the present. In this clip, Lynch talks about where his ideas come from.