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This week: Expo Chicago and the art scene in the Windy City. Ben Sutton, The Art Newspaper’s editor, Americas, and Carlie Porterfield, associate editor, art market, Americas, discuss the fair, and the wider market and gallery scene in Chicago.

In 2021, Array Collective, a group of 11 Belfast-based artists, became the rst Northern Irish winners of the Turner Prize for their recreation of a síbín, now on show in the city

As the US president Joe Biden visits Northern Ireland to honour the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday or Belfast agreement, we talk to Hannah Crowdy, the head of curatorial at National Museums Northern Ireland, a group of four museums. She tells us about how the museums are addressing the anniversary, representing Northern Ireland’s recent history and looking to the future.

Georges Clairin’s Portrait of Sarah Bernhardt (1876)

And this episode’s Work of the Week is Georges Clairin’s 1876 portrait of the celebrated French actor Sarah Bernhardt, who died 100 years ago. The work is part of a huge new exhibition about Bernhardt opening this week at the Petit Palais in Paris. The museum’s director, Annick Lemoine, tells us about the painting and the extraordinary fame of the woman it depicts.


• Hannah Starkey, Principled and Revolutionary: Northern Ireland’s Peace Women, Ulster Museum, Belfast, until 10 September

• Array Collective: The Druthaib’s Ball, Ulster Museum, until 3 September

• Sarah Bernhardt: and the woman created the star, Petit Palais, Paris, until 27 August

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