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Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask

Culture for Quarantine

Here are our picks, from Harlem to Wuhan

By Melanie Gerlis, Chelsea Perkins, Mary Schaffer, Matthew Thompson, Julia Vennitti, and Jill Weintraub

Virtual is Not Better than Reality

But it’s much, much better than nothing

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Coping Strategies

From Soho Theatre to the Shaanxi province

By Louisa Buck, Melanie Gerlis, and Julia Vennitti

What to Do? Stay Green. Never Mind the Machine, Whose Fuel Is Human Souls

Our tips for getting through lockdown

By Louisa Buck, Vivienne Chow, Jonathan Griffin, Christian House, Jane Morris, and Julia Vennitti

The Most Exciting Exhibitions To Look Forward To

Your guide to the upcoming must-sees

By Christian Viveros-Fauné, Louisa Buck, Jonathan Griffin, and Melissa Smith

The Shows That Stood Out

The best art on view in 2019

By Christian Viveros-Fauné, Jane Morris, Jessica Lynne, and Louisa Buck

LA’s Best Shows Were Found Beyond the Museums

The real action was found in the commercial galleries

By Jonathan Griffin

Peyton’s Portraiture: “They’re All About Love”

The must-see show in London

By Louisa Buck

The Good and the Less Good

A critic’s take on the museum’s facelift

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Lisa Brice Reclaims the Female Figure

The must-see show in London

By Louisa Buck

The Must See Work in New York Right Now

Margareta Haverman is the highlight at the Met

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

To America With Love

The must see work on show right now

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Reclaiming the Nation

Marcus Brutus puts black experience at the heart of America’s story

By Antwaun Sargent

Cutting-Edge Punk

This month’s gender-bending must-see

By Louisa Buck

Up Here Where the Air is Clear

The Must See Swiss Shows

By Christian Viveros-Fauné

May You Live in Interesting Times

Highlights of the 58th Venice Biennale

By Louisa Buck and Jane Morris

Collecting the Biennale

An ephemeral pursuit

By Thomas Heneage

Avoiding the Crowds

An alternative Venice

By Amy Cappellazzo