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'Curcuma sul travertine' (1991), Shelagh Wakely. Loose turmeric powder. Courtesy Camden Arts Centre. Photo © Heini Scnheebli

More than ‘women artists’: Dorothea Tanning and Shelagh Wakely in London

Two London shows worth visiting this summer

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Occupy George overprinted dollar bill (2011), Andy Dao and Ivan Cash. Courtesy of Andy Dao and Ivan Cash

Gallery: ‘Disobedient Objects’ at the V&A

What to expect from a museum show dedicated to the ingenious objects produced by protest groups

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(1998), Institute for Applied Autonomy.

First Look: ‘Disobedient Objects’ at the V&A

From graffiti writers to puppets, the V&A looks the ingenious objects used as tools for social change

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Magnus Renfew will take up his new role as Deputy Chairman, Asia and Director of Fine Arts, Asia at Bonhams this September

Magnus Renfrew to leave Art Basel for Bonhams Asia

Renfrew, who set up Art HK (now Art Basel in Hong Kong) in 2008, will start at Bonhams this September as Deputy Chairman, Asia

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The Whitney Museum's landmark Breuer building is to be used by the Metropolitan Museum of Art to display its contemporary collection.

Are encyclopaedic museums concentrating too much on contemporary art?

Apollo’s July/August Forum

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(2012), Chris Milk.

Out of time: ‘Digital Revolution’ at the Barbican

How is the rapidly changing world of digital technology affecting culture?

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Portrait of Otto Piene in 2014.

Otto Piene: 1928–2014

The influential artist died on 17 July, shortly after the opening of an exhibition of his work in Berlin

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Government Buildings, Dublin

Irish Cabinet reshuffle puts two newcomers in charge of the arts

Can Heather Humphreys, the new Minister for Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, effectively steer her rather neglected department?

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The outermost gilded wooden coffin of the mummy of Tutankhamun.

First Look: ‘Discovering Tutankhamun’ at the Ashmolean Museum

The Ashmolean Museum will offer a new perspective on a famous archaeological find this summer

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Advertisement for the Johnston Fruit Company, California, for ‘King Tut’ Brand Lemons, 1920s © Brier-Remner Collection

Gallery: ‘Discovering Tutankhamun’ at the Ashmolean Museum

Tutankhamun’s 20th-century fame. Highlights from the Ashmolean Museum’s summer exhibition.

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