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A diverse cast of 16 artists take issue with worldly ills
A Miami exhibition by two titans of the art world argues for the dominance of figuration over abstraction in the internet era
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Charlesworth’s harrowing images of suicides overshadow Oehlen’s anti-consumerist critiques
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Artists’ freedom, Bernar Venet in Versailles, New York sums
By showcasing the new with the old, can Paris change the way contemporary art is perceived, asks the FT’s art critic