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Graphic Goya, perverse Lucas and the man who christened pop art – the week in art
The Spanish artist’s macabre images appear at a perfect time in the US, while Sarah Lucas creates a hurricane and Richard Hamilton gets a well-deserved survey

Jonathan Jones

15, Jan, 2021 @1:35 PM

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Want to understand the Capitol rioters? Look at the inflamed hate-drunk mobs painted by Goya
The horrific visions of the Spanish painter are about to go on display at New York’s Met. Americans should flock to this timely show – because no artist better captured collective delusion and mass fanaticism

Jonathan Jones

12, Jan, 2021 @11:15 AM

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Lorca, Hockney, Byatt, Berger – how Mike Dibb got the greats to open up
He’s revered for shooting Ways of Seeing with John Berger, but Mike Dibb has made films about all the giants of culture – as well as Wimbledon tennis balls. He looks back on a dazzling career

Laura Barton

08, Jan, 2021 @5:33 PM

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A giant vulva, Hockney for kids and the ultimate museum tour – the week in art
We look at how art can help you through lockdown, from virtual tours to Hockney, Oscar Wilde and Top Trumps – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

08, Jan, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Beirut's wounds on show in display of art damaged by port blast
Exhibition presents torn paintings and grazed sculptures in a museum itself hit by explosion

Michael Safi in Beirut

06, Jan, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Jennifer Packer review: a painter of abundant gifts
Watchful, vibrant and profound, the work of this American artist exudes empathy in her momentous first European show

Laura Cumming

03, Jan, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Foie gras, truffles, birds drowned in brandy: a menu fit for Queen Victoria
A royal lunch served at Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire forms part of an exhibition on its kitchen

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

28, Dec, 2020 @3:00 PM

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Cold comfort: what can Arctic cultures teach us for our future survival?
How do we survive in extreme climates? From sealskin boots to ‘devilish’ hats, this British Museum exhibition of stunning objects offers an answer

Kathleen Jamie

28, Dec, 2020 @9:00 AM

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Beyond the silk pyjamas: the style of Noël Coward
A new exhibition is devoted to the visual flair of a debonair playwright whose tastes are almost impossible to define

Michael Billington

28, Dec, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Architecture: Rowan Moore’s five best of 2020
Reasons to cheer include a sociable new university building, a Taiwanese shopping mall lagoon and a house extension with mountain attached

Rowan Moore

27, Dec, 2020 @12:00 PM

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The best photography and architecture of 2020: high camp to Dungeness
Masculinity was under the microscope, queer lives recorded and Derek Jarman’s garden recreated in London

Sean O’Hagan and Oliver Wainwright

26, Dec, 2020 @9:00 AM

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The best art of 2020: Picasso's doodles, queer South Africa and gory Gentileschi
Pablo showed his devilish side, Zanele Muholi captured queer lives in South Africa and Artemisia Gentileschi offered a savage ride through suffering and rage. Our critics rank their top shows

Adrian Searle and Jonathan Jones

26, Dec, 2020 @12:00 AM

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