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(Birmingham, Alabama, United States of America, December 1965), Bob Fitch.

Review: ‘Human Rights Human Wrongs’ at The Photographers’ Gallery

Can photography influence social and political events, or just record them?

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(1839), Asher B. Durand.

The Week’s Muse: 28 February

View Festival of Art History; the Christie’s purchase of Collectrium; Mark Scala on Telling Tales

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Creativity and Constraints: Mackintosh’s architectural drawings at RIBA

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(detail; 1921), Leon Underwood.

First Look: Leon Underwood at Pallant House Gallery

It is fascinating how influential figures can seem to ‘disappear’ from the canon of art history

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'Chaac-Mool's Destiny' (1929), Leon Underwood. Private collection &copy The Estate of Leon Underwood

Gallery: Leon Underwood at Pallant House Gallery

Underwood was best known as a sculptor, but he also created powerful paintings and prints

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(1885–86), Paul Cézanne.

Art Outlook: 26 February

Art news: English Heritage to split in two; Romania’s silence over Brancusi statue sale; Cézanne sketches discovered at the Barnes Foundation

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'Mariana Castillo Deball: Parergon.' Installation view at the Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart Bruns

Mariana Castillo Deball explores the rich history of Berlin

First and foremost Mariana Castillo Deball is a biographer of objects

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Ute Eggeling and Michael Beck

Dealer’s Choice: Beck & Eggeling

Michael Beck of Beck & Eggeling discusses the gallery, collecting, and the state of the art market

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Installation view, including 'Scenes #2' (2015; left) and 'Reproductions (#3, red)' (2010/15; right)

Review: Isabelle Cornaro at Spike Island

Objects become images, images become objects, in the artist’s latest show

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‘View’ Part Two: what to expect from this year’s art history festival

We spoke to Adélia Sabatini and Joséphine Seblon about the programme

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