The 250th anniversary of the poet’s birth prompts a reflection on his complicated relationship with the visual arts
The critic’s guide to creative living is full of joy – but how far can you get by following someone else’s rules?
An interdisciplinary project at the Fitzwilliam Museum has revealed tantalising possibilities about Jacopo del Sellaio’s Cupid and Psyche
How the women at the heart of the Restoration court ‘weaponised’ portraits that flaunted their influence over the king
What steps can art businesses take to temper the risks they face during the Covid-19 pandemic?
The French writer and politician is widely credited as the inventor of the ‘virtual’ or ‘imaginary’ museum – but what exactly did he have in mind?
Moving-image work seems particularly suited to our increasingly online existences
The critic and architect fervently believed that architecture should promote social justice
Apollo is offering free digital advertising for campaigns to support artists or arts organisations during the Covid-19 pandemic
One of the inventors of conceptual art, and a towering figure on the West Coast scene, he was also a dedicated mentor to his students
Their existence is no longer a secret, but the status of many of the works seized after the Second World War remains unclear
Inspired by everything from Tarantino films to chocolate biscuits, the artist’s exuberant, comic-strip canvases are utterly unmistakable
The director of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., on the challenges of steering the institution and looking after its staff during the Covid-19 crisis
A guided tour of the Getty’s now-closed exhibition in a series of videos with curator Julian Brooks
This sumptuous website provides an in-depth look at the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver ever found
Two of the artist’s films exploring race, ruralism and nationhood are now available to watch on the LUX website