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Photography in motion

Edgar Degas and Gerhard Richter were born almost 100 years apart, yet their work demands comparison, argues Sebastian Smee. Two major new exhibitions reveal the artists’ shared obsessions
Sebastian Smee  

A developed nation

Many of history’s greatest photographers have been Hungarian, but they made their names overseas. A new Royal Academy exhibition brings them together once more
Mark Hudson  

Norman’s conquest

Behind Norman Foster's towering domination of British architecture, lies a man ill at ease with human reality. His buildings clad the establishment in slick modernist clothes, serving power not people
Rowan Moore