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Portrait of Timothée Chalamet as art history muse, and anyone for some Handmaid’s Tale-themed wine?

Ben Eine (real name Benjamin Flynn) – a favourite of Samantha Cameron – punched his girlfriend in the face at London’s Serpentine Gallery

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The Compound in the South Bronx will open with a show of legendary hip-hop photographer Jonathan Mannion

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Tracey Emin at Frieze New York 2018

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Hank Willis Thomas, 5,093 (detail), 2018. Installation view at Frieze New York 2018 in ASSEMBLY, curated by Adrienne Edwards

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Hank Willis Thomas outlines his monument to the victims of gun violence, premiering at Frieze New York 2018

Jasmin Tsou at JTT, New York City, 2018

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Jasmin Tsou of JTT previews a collaboration at the fair with Kayne Griffin Corcoran: a major sculptural statement by Charles Harlan

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The artist presents a solo exhibition at Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago: large-scale landscapes which draw on the nature outside his studio in Maine

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With a new painting show opening at Blain | Southern, Berlin, the artist speaks of revisiting personal history and pulling memory into the present

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The photographer presents a new body of work at Blain | Southern, Berlin, portraying Cuban girls on their 15th birthday as a metaphor for the country as a whole

Matthew Brannon in his studio, New York City, 2018

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Ahead of their debut dispay at Frieze New York next week, the artist discusses his new meticulously constructed silkscreens, exploring the imagery of Vietnam War

Jordan Nassar embroidering in his studio, New York City, 2018

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