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An exciting exhibition of “outsider” art also warns of the dangers of bringing this genre too far into the mainstream
Ben Lewis  

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A Courtauld Gallery exhibition of the building site paintings of Frank Auerbach puts him on the frontline of European art
Ben Lewis  

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The Wellcome’s new exhibition of anatomical models proves to be an aesthetic as well as a scientific experience
Ben Lewis  

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A new exhibition shows artists staking their claim to a form that's been in amateur hands since the Renaissance: the parade
Ben Lewis  

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How "real" are photographs? As an important new show suggests, this may be a question best answered by tearing them up
Ben Lewis  

Looking for life after Hirst

With conceptual art collapsing under the weight of its own stupidity, what comes next? When I met artist Mat Collishaw I caught a glimpse of another possible future
Ben Lewis  

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The Tate's Triennial show isn't nearly as original as its curator claims. But its dazzling revivalism is just what 21st-century art needs
Ben Lewis  

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The bursting of the contemporary art bubble has been a comedy of errors. But what will the market's collapse mean for museums and artists?
Ben Lewis  

A second tulip mania

The prices of contemporary art works have risen to astonishing levels in recent years. Insiders say it's because we have been living through a golden age of art. Nonsense, argue Ben Lewis and Jonathan Ford, it is a classic investment…
Ben Lewis