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Hot dates

If you’re the sort of person who likes to mark things in the diary then you’ve fallen on the right few pages: here are the books, programmes, films, albums and exhibitions that should make your 2017 a year to remember. It…

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Life's a pitch

As one of Mexico’s leading advertising directors, Raúl Cardós took a leap into the unknown when he decided to strike out on his own. Luckily his efforts have paid dividends.

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Folio society

When magazine editor Aaron Hicklin opened a bookshop in upstate New York, he wanted to move beyond the usual roster of titles. In the year since he launched, his guest-edited book lists have driven sales and put One Grand…

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Perfect on paper

Now a beacon for the city-state’s art scene, STPI is finally becoming as popular with Singaporeans as it is with international artists.

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Distant concerns

In Canada’s far-flung communities the established media can seem distant, out of touch and even irrelevant. We take a look at some of the independent media outlets covering the country’s more isolated corners.

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Culture briefing

Our usual rounded round-up which this month features, without a hint of irony, Alanis Morissette.

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Good genes

The presumption that any North American of note in the entertainment industry is American is misplaced; the High North is a veritable talent factory. Here are 10 superstars whose unique talents could only originate from one…

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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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Starting a new term

Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau swept to power with a landslide. Advertising guru David Rosenberg helped him get there while journalist Rosemary Barton had a front-row seat. Together they navigate this new political…

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Added value

Buying a work of art, especially if you’re doing so with the aim of starting a collection, can be a daunting business. We’ve turned to experts from both ends of the spectrum – an adviser, picture editor and collector, as…

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Popular appeal

The US presidential election is one of the biggest events in TV news. So after their rolling coverage of the primaries, how are the broadcasters ramping up for the final Clinton vs Trump showdown in November?

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Divide and conquer

He’s a Turner Prize nominee and has been honoured by the nation but Yinka Shonibare’s work continues to trigger big responses (one critic said hanging was too good for him). On the eve of a new show about our fractious…

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Culture briefing

London’s art-world future after Brexit, plus documentarian Andrew Rossi takes on Manhattan’s Met.

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Media briefing

We’re caught by film-maker Naotaro Endo’s documentary on Tokyo’s iconic Tsukiji fish market.

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Selling with soul

What do artists and their dealers talk about? Jeff Koons and Almine Rech are friends who work together, so when they’re not talking Picasso over dinner, she’s moving walls to accommodate his work. Here’s a window on their…

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