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In the sculptor’s mini-retrospective at De La Warr Pavilion, suggestive abstractions turn material reality into richly poetic encounters

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From fleshy, distorted paintings, capturing the malaise of the 1960s, to colourful abstractions made in exile, the artist was an example to live by

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In a Victorian-era baths in Glasgow, the artist stages her largest performance project to date, featuring a 24-woman...
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A newly-published collection of the artist’s journals allows silenced voices to speak
The arrest of the photojournalist for ‘provocative comments’ over Dhaka protests makes clear that personal liberty...
The auction house insists that there is a broad scholarly consensus that the record-breaking artwork be attributed to...
‘We need more advocates across gender lines and emphatic leaders in museums and galleries to create inclusive,...
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An art historian and leading Leonardo expert has cast doubt on the painting’s attribution
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