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‘My art is a protest’: disrupting ideas about black people in British rural areas
Madinah Farhannah Thompson’s art is informed by her experience as a black primary schoolchild

Hibaq Farah

25, Sep, 2021 @10:09 AM

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A happy baby on a train: Dina Alfasi’s best phone picture
‘That the young girl in the foreground was a soldier with a gun on her knee is an integral part of that moment’

Dale Berning Sawa

25, Sep, 2021 @9:00 AM

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The Man Who Sold His Skin review – tattooed refugee story offers up art-world satire
Serious themes are undercut by the flippant tone of this story about a Syrian refugee who becomes a conceptual art object

Peter Bradshaw

25, Sep, 2021 @8:31 AM

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Lightning bolts, smart toilets and radical pottery – the week in art
Printmaking genius Hokusai is at the British Museum, the Turner comes to Coventry, and ancient nomads pitch up in Cambridge – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

24, Sep, 2021 @2:00 PM

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British Museum enters world of NFTs with digital Hokusai postcards
Partnership with new platform LaCollection aims to inspire next generation of art collectors

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

24, Sep, 2021 @12:30 PM

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Sponges, blood cells and sound-art: the exhibition hoping to cure my cancer
The UK’s first ever cancer research exhibition pairs up patients with researchers to show the creative paths taken on the cutting edge of human discovery

Tim Jonze

24, Sep, 2021 @11:23 AM

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‘Privacy is at stake’: what would you do if you controlled your own data?
In an ambitious new installation, artist Refik Anadol used a 17,000 square-foot gallery to mount an immersive exhibit asking questions about online privacy

Adrian Horton

23, Sep, 2021 @8:25 PM

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Tell us: how do you feel about returning to cinemas, museums and galleries?
We would like to hear about what you’re enjoying most about returning to cinemas, museums and galleries now that UK coronavirus restrictions have lifted

Guardian community team

23, Sep, 2021 @3:01 PM

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Gold of the Great Steppe review – breathtaking exhibition reveals lives of history’s ‘barbarians’
From their astounding burial mounds to their dazzling horses dressed up as mythical beasts, this exhibition about Kazakhstan’s ancient nomads shows the power of archaeology to revive the dead

Jonathan Jones

23, Sep, 2021 @1:55 PM

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Black UK artists are creating most ‘exciting’ work, says Michael McMillan
Playwright and curator says Black Lives Matter movement has inspired new generation of black creators

Aamna Mohdin Community affairs correspondent

23, Sep, 2021 @5:00 AM

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National Gallery of Australia orders $14m Ouroboros sculpture – its most expensive commission so far
Thirteen-tonne artwork depicting a snake eating its tail will be large enough for visitors to walk through

Stephanie Convery

23, Sep, 2021 @2:37 AM

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Frida Kahlo estimated $30m self-portrait set to smash records
Diego y yo is expected to become most valuable Latin American artwork ever publicly sold

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

22, Sep, 2021 @2:35 PM

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