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Billionaire Liu Yiqian says he's proud to bring the rare "thangka" back to China.
Somerset House stages the photographer's largest show since his death in 1991.
The seven-figure gift will help the museum’s efforts to return Nazi loot.
His postmodern sculptures uproot the white-washed art canon.
When no really means no.
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Despite mixed results, the Lorenzo Zambrano sale will be one to remember.
The artwork is the centerpiece of a £43 million regeneration project.
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Art dealers unite to turn the spotlight on Asia's most vibrant gallery hub.
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Giving thanks to artists everywhere.
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