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Tracey Emin

Arty bargains from famous car boots

Forget highbrow galleries, auction houses and polite wine-sipping private views, today Britain's leading artists will be flogging their wares from their car boots.

Emin: loving and dying for her art

Tracey Emin has said: "When I'm not making art, I feel like I'm dying," as her first big London retrospective, Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want, opens at the Hayward Gallery tomorrow until 29 August.

Tracey Emin: Her life in art

An anxious, exhausted but delirious Tracey Emin says her new show at the Hayward Gallery is the culmination of everything she's ever worked for

Spousonomics: The business of marriage

Forget romance – according to a new book, division of labour and incentivisation hold the key to domestic bliss. Heidi Scrimgeour tests 'spousonomics'

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Buying art: Cut-price masterpieces

Buying art is normally the preserve of the wealthy, but the London-based Collective lets people around the country put pieces by Turner Prize winners in their homes. Nancy Groves explains