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(2014), installation by Steve McQueen

Review: Haunting new work by Steve McQueen at Thomas Dane Gallery

McQueen’s elegiac new work asks how we can memorialise a life

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(1913–15), Vladimir Tatlin

Review: Russian Avant-Garde Theatre at the V&A

The modernist designs at the V&A have an air of optimism about them, but we all know how the story ends

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, Caspar Wolf.

First Look: Caspar Wolf at the Kunstmuseum Basel

A new exhibition celebrates the work of Caspar Wolf and ‘the wild, uncivilised world of the mountains’

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'Dragon's Cave near Stans', Caspar Wolf. Photo: Jörg Müller, Aarau

Gallery: Caspar Wolf at the Kunstmuseum Basel

Wolf’s paintings of the Alps capture something of the mountains’ hostile magnificence

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(1743–44), Bernardo Bellotto

Gallery: ‘Bernardo Bellotto Paints Europe’ at the Alte Pinakothek

Bellotto’s work took him all over Europe. View some of highlights from an upcoming exhibition in Munich…

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(c. 1739/40), Bernardo Bellotto

First Look: ‘Canaletto: Bernardo Bellotto Paints Europe’ at the Alte Pinakothek

A new exhibition in Munich explores Bernardo Bellotto’s legacy, and examines his famously detailed work

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(2014), Christopher Le Brun

Muse Reviews: 19 October

Matisse goes to New York, the British Library goes Gothic, and Sotheby’s goes to Chatsworth

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(2012), Hans Kroter.

Frieze Week: Digby’s Diary (Saturday)

Frieze week takes it out of you alright, but there has been some seriously good stuff on show

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Frieze Week is upon us...

The Week’s Muse: 18 October

From the frenetic pace of Frieze London, to an artwork that won’t be ready for 100 years

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Dealer’s Choice: Simon Phillips

Simon Phillips on selling and collecting 18th-century furniture

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