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In a new series that sees artists discuss unfinished projects, Ahmet Öğüt introduces the Unconditional Basic Income Lounge

The Revenant to Toni Erdmann to Elle: a look back at the year's best films

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, USA

The Hepworth Wakefield, UK

The winner of the 2016 Turner Prize discusses skeuomorphism, skins and soup - from issue 155

Helen Marten, ‘Turner Prize, 2016’, installation view, Tate Britain. Courtesy: © Tate Photography / Joe Humphrys

Helen Marten wins the 2016 Turner Prize; Harper Lee and Mark Twain novels removed from US schools; Ousmane Sow passes away

From the linguistic nature of God to Belgium’s colonial past: the best of the capital's current shows

The first of our 2016 highlights series features Marianna Simnett, Stranger Things, and a trio of the year's best 'freak moments'

Pola Magnetyczne, Warsaw, Poland

Geeta Dayal looks back on the life of US composer Pauline Oliveros, including reflections from, amongst others, Terry Riley and Morton Subotnick

Power Station of Art, China

Fountain dedicated to José Martí, a figurehead of Cuban independence, and the revolutionary leader Abel Santamaría, Santiago de Cuba. Courtesy Matthew Connors

From the many unpublished obituaries of Fidel Castro to the architecture of Dubai: what to read about this weekend

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On View

The definitive guide to current exhibitions at the best galleries and museums around the globe.

26 Jan 2017

Lubaina Himid speaks about her career as an artist and a pioneer of the Black Arts Movement in the 1980s

Rochelle School
Arnold Circus
E2 7ES London

Frieze New York

Randall's Island Park
May 5 – 7, 2017

Fairs

Installation view of Rodrigo Hernández, 'Every forest madly in love with the moon has a highway that crosses it from one side to the other', at kurimanzutto, Mexico City, 2016. Courtesy: kurimanzutto, Mexico City. Photograph: © Diego Pérez

The 2016 recipients wanted to recognise ‘the migratory crisis unfolding throughout the world’

Yuri Pattison, Frieze Artist Award at Frieze London 2016

An international, open call for an artist to realize a major site-specific work at Frieze London 2017, supported by the LUMA Foundation

Gallery applications for Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2017 are now open

Pamela Joyner with Kevin Beasley's Untitled (Panel 4) (2016) on the stand of Casey Kaplan at Frieze London 2016. Artwork courtesy: the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Photo courtesy: Linda Nylind / Frieze

'I am always thinking about where I personally can make the difference' 

Jacob van Hulsdonck, A Still Life [...] (c.1615). Courtesy: Johnny van Haeften, London

'It's a time capsule of a moment'

Jean Dubuffet, Tour aux récits, (after maquette dated 19 July 1973) 1973, Waddington Custot Galleries

Highlights of the free outdoor exhibition, open until 8 January 2017

Alia Al-Senussi, Yana Peel, Russell Tovey choose their favourite Allied Editions

The Contemporary Art Society acquired two video works for MIMA

Investigating the many meanings of the subject of this year's fair campaigns

Working Across Continents: A day of conversations about Operndorf Afrika

Frieze & 2016 Turner Prize artists; a short guide to the nominees

Patrizio di Massimo, Self-portrait In Armour (2016). Courtesy: the artist and t293

'We are all fighting for something'

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