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Hume with a view

Turner Prize-nominated artist Gary Hume – lauded by the art world and a wider audience alike – is known for his vibrant high-gloss creations.

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Master of reinvention

We visit the Beijing studio of Zeng Fanzhi, the Chinese artist who usually prefers to let his work do the talking. Fortunately he was willing to have a conversation with Monocle, in which we cover changing styles, perpetual…

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New masters

Austrian auction house Dorotheum is looking to the future but with a deferential nod to the past – and it’s proving to be a winning bid.

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Tracking changes

Occupying former railway warehouses, Luma Arles is a gallery going full steam ahead with big ambitions and big ideas.

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School holiday

Learning to paint is surely a life-improving skill? We head to southwest England in search of good light and a fresh mental landscape.

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Show and tell

Esther Schipper’s career path from Köln to Berlin reflects the fluidity of Germany’s art scene. Here’s how the gallerist has stayed ahead of the curve.

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Culture briefing

How to translate design on television, the Autophoto show in Paris and a preview of Photo London.

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Fun of the fair

New York’s art-world innovator Independent is taking its idiosyncratic style to Brussels. We ask some key figures what makes it special.

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Artistic merit

Art can prove a difficult topic of conversation even for the most formidable minds. But when artist-cum-critic David Salle and author Francine Prose get together they make it look effortless. Coincidence? We think not.

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Circus animals

Biennials are a sparkling staple of the cultural calendar and a springboard for many artists’ careers. But have we reached peak biennial? If this year’s events are anything to go by, it might be time to call it a night.

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Collecting briefing

Canadian masterpieces for sale, the Diane Dufresne Art Centre and a British Columbia art collection.

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Family business

Whether in Winnipeg or New York, McNally bookshops are the essence of their communities. We find out how the founders’ daughter is furthering the family line and how the new owner of the original shop is keeping up with the…

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