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Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst's works could 'lose significant value after death'

Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst could be among the first contemporary artists whose works lose significant value after death, a leading art sales expert has said.

Martin Creed to have first career retrospective

The artist who won the Turner prize for an empty room in which the lights turn on and off, and who has made works out of blobs of Blu-Tack, broccoli and balloons, is to have his first career retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London.

Elmgreen & Dragset’s Tomorrow At The V&A – Art, Theatre Or Film?

Elmgreen and Dragset are the mischievous artistic duo responsible for the boy atop a rocking horse, formerly on the Fourth Plinth.

Sarah Lucas evolves from the ‘brashest’ YBA to stylish sculptor

Who could have guessed in the early 1990s how Sarah Lucas, the brashest, bluntest and lewdest of the Young British Artists, would sustain a two-decade career?

Ana Mendieta: blurring boundaries of the self

A new Hayward Gallery show should inscribe the artist as a true original.

All That is Solid Melts into Air - Manchester Art Gallery

Jeremy Deller curates this exhibition which examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution on British culture. The display will explore the trauma of the Industrial Revolution and the effect it had on British society.

Sarah Lucas: Situation, Whitechapel Gallery

Bodily functions, toilet humour, saucy root vegetables - but it's not all laughs and good, clean fun.

Jeremy Deller curates: ‘There is this trauma... the earth is on fire’

The heavens crack, fountains of flame light up the night, a few cowled, huddled figures flee the apocalypse across arid rock: John Martin

Sarah Lucas: funny, compelling, rude and really, really good

A retrospective of Sarah Lucas's work at the Whitechapel Gallery is one of the shows of the year, says Alastair Sooke