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Former detractor Jonathan Jones has written a powerful and incisive tribute to one of the bravest female artists of our time
New work at White Cube and the Royal Academy’s show pairing her with Edvard Munch confirm the artist as a vital voice even in the face of death
History catches up with Tracey Emin: the artist on love, loss and #MeToo.
Ahead of a new London exhibition, the artist talks about reaching new audiences — and giving the finger to her critics
Controversial artist says latest work has ‘subliminal message’ against UK leaving EU
Located on Hong Kong’s waterfront, the project aims to bring art to the widest audience
The provocative artist on her first exhibition in greater China
First monographic show in China features intimate works that seek to reclaim the female nude
Tracey Emin and Zaha Hadid join Stephen Webster and Georg Jensen in win-win alliances
Could this marathon cycle of 50 creative projects in 50 weeks prove as prophetic as its predecessor?
The artist’s Versailles exhibition caps a bad year for the greatest of landscape gardeners
The high price of contemporary art has prompted a revival of interest in Old Masters
Vienna exhibition that pairs the artists reawakens the question of gender on the naked body in art
Artists respond to their location in an event that aims to regenerate an English seaside town
From Picasso to Banksy, artists have long decorated restaurants – but to what purpose?
From spotting the signs to timing your exit, profiting is tricky
Debonair Dutchman remains in limbo at British shopping stalwart
This ambitious programme of cultural events aims to give each country a new view of the other
As her first big US show creates a stir in Miami, the British artist talks about meritocracy, middle England – and the place with ‘the most beautiful sunsets in the world’
Artistic people are more conscious of their imagination, so tend to make their homes an extension of their artistic minds