Pernilla Holmes

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The comeback kings and queens of art

A series of dramatic comebacks for once-celebrated artists is seeing collectors in hot pursuit of the next “old but new guard” rediscovery – before prices soar. Pernilla Holmes reports
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Process-based art’s rise

Process-based art is taking a serious hold on the market, with major galleries and museums now championing the movement, and collectors queuing up to own these ultra‑hands‑on works. Pernilla Holmes reports
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The art of photojournalism

Over the past 10 years, photojournalists have increasingly captured the attention of the art world as their powerfully affecting images cross over from news agencies to gallery and museum walls. Pernilla Holmes reports
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Thinking outside the box

Photographic artists are reimagining the medium in highly idiosyncratic ways. And major museums, auction houses, fairs and galleries are now championing their work. Pernilla Holmes reports
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New York, new wave

A select group of New York artists has diverging visions and techniques – but they are united in their potential to be tomorrow’s most sought-after names. Pernilla Holmes reports
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American weather vanes

Weather vanes reached their artistic peak in the US, where exquisite examples can now fetch millions. Pernilla Holmes knows which way the wind is blowing.
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Artward bound

Wealthy collectors are turning the traditional art gallery on its head by creating destination museums that interact with their spectacular locations. Pernilla Holmes reports.
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The shock of the nuevo

Lima, Bogotá, Managua: these are the electric new capitals of the contemporary art world. Pernilla Holmes reports on the Latin American artists and dealers gaining international clout.
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Art of Africa

Vibrant and eclectic, contemporary forms of African art are now taking centre stage. For the intrepid art lover, there is a feast of highly original work to explore, reports Pernilla Holmes.
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Orientalism

Egyptian entrepreneur Shafik Gabr and his adviser, Dina Nasser-Khadivi, talk to Pernilla Holmes about their mutual passion for Orientalism.
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