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With the 12th edition of the itinerant European biennial opening in Palermo, what do local artists, curators and gallerists think of the project?

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The youngest architect to be entrusted with the yearly Hyde Park pavilion discusses the ideas behind her latticed courtyard design

From Bruce Nauman at the Schaulager to the story of a 1970s artist community in Carona at Weiss Falk, all the shows to see in town this week

From Stormzy at the Brit Awards to a Steve McQueen film to Forensic Architecture's media archive, what Grenfell has shown us about ourselves

Cursed images, the latest chill wave and Janelle Monáe’s ‘emotion pictures’: what to read this weekend

Sotheby’s and Christie’s say they are dropping the practice of using female-only staff to pose for promotional photographs – will others now follow

For the annual city-wide art weekender ahead of Basel, the best shows and events to attend around town

For our second report from BB10, ahead of its public opening tomorrow, a focus on KW Institute for Contemporary Art

Closing on Sunday, this year’s nine-day festival held across the Kentish seaside town circles around the home as protective space

A first report from the 10th Berlin Biennale

In further news: Buyer of Salvator Mundi made head of Saudi Culture Ministry; Sotheby’s files lawsuit against Greek government

A former police station, Tai Kwun, or ‘big station’, repurposes 16 historic buildings as cultural spaces in the heart of Central

In further art world madness: French performance artist shuts himself inside Paleolithic lion-man; Argentian artist duo enrage Catholics with blood

The four Royal Academicians have been commissioned to create 200 flags to line Bond Street, Piccadilly, Regent Street and St James’s

‘Women’s salaries are less than men’s, even though they occupy the same jobs’

Undulating lines, meandering colours and the crackle of an electric current in the work of the Hungarian artist 

The curators seem set to ask, ‘how civilized is the world’s current state of affairs?’

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