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The Art Newspaper is the journal of record for the visual arts world, covering international news and events. Based in London and New York, the English-language publication is part of a network of titles founded by Umberto Allemandi with editions in

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The Met creates digital project tied to $70m upgrade of African, ancient American and Oceanic art galleries

The digital project, made in collaboration with the World Monuments Fund and several African art and culture scholars, will examine several historical sites in sub-Saharan Africa

Chinese Canadian Museum aims to rewrite Canada’s racist history

The museum will be built on the former site of the Rennie Museum in Vancouver, which focused on contemporary art

Twice-postponed Marina Abramovic show will finally come to London in 2023

The performance artist’s exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts was announced along with shows on Impressionism, Black artists from the American South, and Hispanic art

Away with the fairies: works by Maggi Hambling and Raqib Shaw make waves at Glyndebourne

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Dealer Inigo Philbrick sentenced to seven years in prison

Philbrick pleaded guilty to an $86m fraud in November in one of the art world's highest-profile criminal lawsuits in decades

The enigma of Philip Guston: two books unpack artist's fascination with dualities

Coinciding with opening of controversially postponed Guston show, these publications are vital to grasping the artist's contribution to post-war American art

London's Elizabeth Line finally opens—we take a look at the ambitious art commissions across the train stations of the £19bn project

Yayoi Kusama, Sonia Boyce and Richard Wright are among the artists who have created works for the 10 brand-new stations

Glen Kaino and Superblue find hope in the magic of nature

The immersive exhibition, Superblue's first in Los Angeles, lays at the intersection of social and environmental justice and the capacity for spectacle to inspire hope

American painter Knox Martin has died aged 99

The artist was a New York School painter and longtime fixture of the New York art world who Robert Rauschenberg considered a “mentor”

Billion dollar upgrade of Royal British Columbia Museum met with criticism

The proposed museum replacing the current building has been called a “vanity project”

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