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Is David Shrigley‘s fourth-plinth sculpture sincere or satirical?
Absurdist, accessible and completely unmistakeable, Brand Shrigley is everywhere, and more power to him – within reason…
David Shrigley’s foam hands, Olafur Eliasson’s shaky economics and a chance to buy Andy Warhol’s studio
Hans Haacke and David Shrigley have been awarded the next two commissions for London’s empty plinth
Plus: Art Fund launches £1m crowdfunding campaign | Royal Opera House chair David Ross is confirmed as Hockney buyer | Sheldon Solow (1928–2020)
Tracing the evolution of drawing in Scotland over the last century at Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries
Plus: Art-world figures recognised in New Year’s Honours list | Picasso painting of Dora Maar defaced at Tate Modern | and authenticity of dozens of Goya paintings called into question
The building that once played host to the Turner Prize now stands empty. Where does this news leave Derry?
An inventive installation fills the Barbican’s Curve with a parade of handmade pots and hippyish characters
When Henry Moore gave Barbara Hepworth the cold shoulder, plus the rest of last week’s arty tittle tattle
Plus: Participating artists announced for 2018 Liverpool Biennial | National Museum of Scotland receives £1m grant for refurbishment plans | and David Shrigley to guest direct 2018 Brighton Festival
The art world responds to the UK election; Michel Houellebecq discusses his ‘French Bashing’ exhibition; and is Kate Middleton a skater girl now?
A survey of postwar Scottish art reacting against the forces of reason includes wonderful pieces, but explains its own meaning a little too neatly
Who cares whether it’s parochial? The Travelling Gallery exhibition is a fun and engaging idea
Isis destruction in Palmyra; Russborough treasures withdrawn from auction; Court orders Danh Vo to produce new work; Queen Elizabeth deeply unimpressed by painting
Fifty exhibitions in as many weeks; this revival of the ‘fig-1’ project from 15 years ago is a surprising success
New year, new acquistions: from Jérôme Bonaparte’s chandelier to an entire country cottage
The Turner Prize turns 30 this year – but does it continue to represent the best of contemporary British art?
A selection of this week’s musings: fakes, the Fourth Plinth and some famous faces
And thus it came to pass. ‘Really Good’ will take up its position in 2016…10ft tall and hollow in every sense
The Turner Prize invites interaction from its audience in Derry. Of the four nominees, it’s Laure Prouvost who really gets you thinking