Our favourite art world images from the week
A new exhibition of Rachel Whiteread, one of Britain's leading contemporary artists and the first woman to win the Turner Prize is now on view at Tate Britain until 21 January 2018.
Willem de Kooning’s Woman-Ochre, a painting valued at more than $100 million and stolen from the University of Arizona Museum of Art in Tucson in 1985, was found at a retired teacher's bunglow.
The biggest art museum in Africa is set to open soon in Cape Town and is being touted as the 'African Tate Modern'. The Zeitz MOCCA is Africa's first institution dedicated to contemporary art. The museum is slated to open 22 September.
In 2018, three of the UK’s most important galleries will stage three different exhibitions of work by one living artist: Tacita Dean. The National Portrait Gallery will show the portrait work of Dean, while the National Gallery will show still life and will show landscape.
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