ELMGREEN & DRAGSET take a quizzical approach to artworld protocol, turning it on its head with boyish humour
RIVANE NEUENSCHWANDER: Working with dust, spice, slugs, ants and ribbon, the Brazilian artist unravels the poetic potential of the overlooked
DOMINIQUE GONZALEZ-FOERSTER: The next artist to fill Tate's Turbine Hall takes the exhibition itself as her medium, creating art that surrounds us, rather than the other way round
WILFREDO PRIETO: This year's Cartier Award recipient tells us how he blew the money
Art Pilgrimage: Tokyo
With the commercial gallery scene increasingly vibrant, a nationwide museum building boom under way and with several young galleries redefining the direction of Japanese art, Tokyo, while still very small compared to Beijing, is growing healthily.
As international art show meets glitzy art fair next month, we speak with Turin Triennale curator DANIEL BIRNBAUM and Artissima director ANDREA BELLINI to find out what make the city so special.