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Peter Doig's paintings - in pictures

With a new Peter Doig retrospective hitting the Scottish National Gallery this summer, here's a selection from the painter's vibrantly colourful back catalogue

Pauline Boty: life and works - in pictures

Pauline Boty was a founder of the British pop art movement and Britain's most notable female pop art painter. She died aged 28 in 1966 and her name has largely been forgotten outside the art world. Now exhibitions at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery , the

Turner prize 2013: the shortlisted artists' work - in pictures

From placard-waving dogs to tea parties with Kurt Schwitters, here's a selection of artworks by this year's four Turner prize nominees

Eyewitness: Aleppo, Syria

Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series

Pulitzer prize-winning coverage of the Syrian conflict - in pictures

Warning: contains graphic images Five photojournalists from the Associated Press have won the 2013 Pulitzer prize in breaking news photography for their coverage of the civil war in Syria

Karl Blossfeldt's plants at the Whitechapel

Blossfeldt's unique portraits ushered in new approaches to both modern art and photography

Against the odds: Saloua Raouda Choucair at Tate Modern - in pictures

Pioneering 97-year-old Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair was taught by traditional landscape painters - but managed to carve out a unique modernist vision of her own

Gert & Uwe Tobias at the Whitechapel

The Romanian identical twins' new show mixes communist-era memories with eerie European folklore

Marcel Dzama's Puppets, Pawns, and Prophets - in pictures

Patriotic dwarves, amputated cowboys, and bats at every turn - enter the bizarre, dream-like world of this cult Canadian artist

Steve McQueen: the art of seeing - in pictures

In a new exhibition in Switzerland, British artist Steve McQueen has created a labyrinth of unsettling visual experiences