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Now here’s a thorny discussion around art, value and vandalism…
A Florida artist has been charged with destroying a vase by Ai Weiwei in an apparently deliberate attack
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is undeniably impressive, but can it succeed in becoming the universal museum it wants to be?
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From Italian art in Monaco to unusual tribal objects in London, this summer’s art fairs have rich offerings
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Andy Murray picks up the paintbrush, truth and lies with Ai Weiwei, and the dawn of the Museum of Pizza
Celebs at Art Basel Miami Beach, Ai Weiwei’s problem with German, and Peter Hitchens pans his portrait
New York’s Public Art Fund celebrates its 40th birthday with commissions by Ai Weiwei and Anish Kapoor
Halloween horrors hit museum’s social media accounts, Ai Weiwei gets sweary, and Grayson Perry takes aim at Rafael Vinoly
Marina Abramovic is apologetic, a very loose definition of ’Persian’, and Berlin’s pedestrians scandalise Ai Weiwei
Be won over by Ai Weiwei, blown away by Bridget Riley, and get lost in the National Theatre’s concrete corridors this week
Tate Britain appoints its next director; Ai Weiwei denied a six-month visa by UK government; Paolozzi’s London Underground murals relocate to Edinburgh; and the National Gallery makes an unusual painting purchase
York Art Gallery reintroduces entrance charges; Ai Weiwei gets his passport back; The Hermitage will open an outpost in Moscow; Baselitz and Richter throw their cultural weight around.
Art news: Ai Weiwei shows in Beijing; Gwangju Biennial and New Museum Triennial curators announced; stolen Rodin sculpture found; MFA Boston in racism row
While the appointment or dismissal of directors makes headlines, chronic understaffing is a much more fundamental problem
Cause and effect is hard to pin down, but a certain type of celebrity association does seem to affect the value of a work of art
In Hong Kong’s increasingly repressive political climate, can the M+ Museum sustain the cultural optimism it once promised?