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Theaster Gates Photo: Sara Pooley Courtesy White Cube Theaster Gates is a phenomenon — one of the world’s most influential artists, he features at number 56 on Art Review’s list of the most…

Former Exhibitions - ‘Van Gogh, Dreaming of Japan’ and ‘Jackson Pollock and Shamanism’ were about transversality This autumn, Singapore hosts two notable events: a Formula One Grand Prix,…

A couple of years after The Arts Club shook up London's already buzzing members' club scene, Hong Kong is getting its own world-class den of artistic cool. Duddell's is a new type of space for the…

Issue 2, 2013 - the FUTURE…

  Christopher Boffoli is the photographer and inspiration behind the astonishing ‘Big Appetites’ series of photographs, of which we publish a selection here. Largely self taught, the…

To mix art and wine is a heady contemporary combination: fine wine and contemporary art are two of the hottest 'investments of passion' in the world right now. One of Italy's greatest wine brands,…

TIM ETCHELLS FOUNDED ART HONG KONG, WHICH HAS NOW BEEN TAKEN OVER BY ART BASEL AND IS THE LEADING ART FAIR IN ASIA. NOW HE’S LAUNCHING ANOTHER FAIR – IN LONDON, HOME OF FRIEZE. HE TELLS LUX…

  Olivo Barbieri creates artifice out of reality. The Italian art photographer and film-maker, who has shown at MOMA New York, the Sundance Festival and Tate Modern in London, specialises…

Indonesian art is hot at the moment as collectors worldwide discover its variety, spirituality and depth. Arianne Levene, a leading global curator of Asian art, presents her four favourite Indonesian…

Six of the best Anyone with a few million to burn can buy a Richter, but who are the hottest living artists that everyone doesn’t know about? Our columnist, a consultant to some of the world’s…