Film posters, recycling and mythical predators are all on show in Paris this month, along with some of the giants of the art world.
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In a refreshing reprieve from the every-man-for-himself attitude found at other art fairs, Independent offers a collaborative environment "more akin to a massive gallery".
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The enigmatic, genderless Pakal brings a missing museum to the Saatchi gallery, a visual dance of colours, textures and tales.
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Politics, black power, style and the perfunctory collide in Sanlé Sory’s 1980s series of portraits of young men in Bobo-Dioulasso wearing t-shirts.
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The now-iconic Instagram performance by Amalia Ulman has been published as a book by Prestel, but how much of its original interactivity can a print publication truly capture?
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Sophie Davis selects eight images that have left a lasting impression on her—from photographers including Torbjørn Rødland, Sally Mann and Esther Teichmann.
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The art dealer famed for his championing of the street art movement discusses the artspeak term he finds most offensive.
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Africa is no island. So says Marrakech's Museum of African Contemporary Art Al Maaden—with a sprawling exhibition of forty photographers making work about the African continent.
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China overtakes the UK as the second largest art market by value. Meanwhile, Frida Kahlo’s prosthetic leg prepares to land in London.
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When staff members walk out for an extended period of strikes, do the students suffer? Ed Liddle ponders the role of the tutor and of university education.
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