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The proposed design for the new Goldsmiths art gallery by London-based architecture collective Assemble. The gallery is due to open in autumn 2016.

New Art Gallery at Goldsmiths

Plans have been unveiled for a new gallery at Goldsmiths, to be designed by London-based architecture collective Assemble

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'Work No. 1086 EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE ALRIGHT' (2011), Martin Creed, © Martin Creed Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth, Photo: Jamie Woodley

Ancient Contemporary: Hauser & Wirth Somerset

What’s a stylish mega-gallery like Hauser & Wirth doing on an old farm in Somerset?

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Room 48 at the V&A in 1914, showing the sculptures in the Rodin Gift as arranged by the sculptor himself

The Rodin Gift to the V&A: a centenary celebration

In 1914 Auguste Rodin gifted 18 sculptures to the V&A, in tribute to the British soldiers fighting alongside his own countrymen in the First World War

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Installation view of 'Gego. Line as Object' © Fundación Gego. Photo: Jerry Hardman-Jones

Gallery: ‘Gego. Line as Object’ at the Henry Moore Institute

‘Sculpture, three-dimensional forms of solid material. Never what I do!’ The HMI begs to differ…

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Apollo 40 Under 40: The Artists

Try making a list of 10 outstanding young artists, all based in Europe, and whose work already announces their original talent but also bears the promise of longevity. Where would you start?

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Combing the Hair ('La Coiffure') (c. 1896), Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas. The National Gallery, London

Looking Good: National Gallery exhibitions promote close looking

‘Making Colour’ and ‘Building the Picture’ point out details in paintings that are easily overlooked

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(2012), Chris Milk.

Muse Reviews: 27 July

Manifesta 10 in St Petersburg; South American art in the Royal Academy; and the aptness of the Barbican as a venue for digital art…

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'Coast Scene near Dunbar' (1847), John Ruskin.

Diary: July/August Apollo

Extract for our July/August Diary by Ruskin expert Robert Hewison

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Winter Palace

The Week’s Muse: 26 July

Are encyclopaedic museums concentrating too much on contemporary art? News and comment from the Muse Room

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'Mademoiselle Églantine’s Troupe' (1896), Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. The Museum of Modern Art, New York

Gallery: Toulouse-Lautrec

Pictures from the Belle Époque: a few of the highlights from ‘The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec’ at MoMA, New York

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