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On Tom Krens, the charismatic former Guggenheim director. Dangerous are those with nothing to lose
Agnes Varda in New York: the shock of the Nouvelle Vague filmmaker’s artworks
Art Basel Hong Kong: No, China’s art market isn’t a mirage
Rembrandt and the Golden Age: In Paris after Washington, the secrets of the masters
The Whitney Biennial: Paint strikes back. But how to select a good painting today?
Peter Campus: When America fails to recognise one of its own geniuses
Maastricht: In wonderland among Tefaf’s masterpieces
Villa Medici: in the sublime Renaissance palace, Annette Messager speaks about blood, hair and desire
The Armory Show: the first major art market event in Trump’s America
Paul Rosenberg exhibition: Picasso’s art dealer and the Nazis. His granddaughter Anne Sinclair speaks.
The Diego Giacometti bronzes owned by Hubert de Givenchy’s: when the metal turns into gold
ARCO Madrid: Is Buenos Aires a new eldorado?