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Peter Doig’s pick-and-mix approach to painting

The Courtauld’s show of recent works may be uneven but, at his best, the artist is more than capable of rubbing shoulders with the greats

23 Mar 2023

The week in art news – Peter Doig awarded $2.5m in dispute over painting he didn’t paint

Plus: three defendants confess to involvement in Green Vault jewel theft and House of Lords reports lambasts UK government’s treatment of the arts

20 Jan 2023

When Derek Walcott met Peter Doig

The only living poet to have won the Nobel Prize for Literature responds to one of the greatest living painters

19 Jan 2017

Peter Doig wins bizarre authenticity court case

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24 Aug 2016

Peter Doig appears in court over disputed painting

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9 Aug 2016

Peter Doig

Louisiana has a deep-rooted relationship with painting as such. This is evident in the museum’s collection as well as in…

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Denmark

Peter Doig

Fondation Beyeler, Riehen, Switzerland

Peter Doig: No Foreign Lands

Scottish National Gallery

Through the grapevine – the secret ceremony of Château Mouton Rothschild’s artist collaborations

Last week Peter Doig was revealed as the latest artist to design a label for the chateau – a tradition that began in 1945 and remains shrouded in mystery

8 Dec 2022
Two Trees, Peter Doig

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2019

A Peter Doig landscape, a Banksy banknote, and a rare Rembrandt have entered public collections recently

6 Mar 2019
Country Club: Chicken Wire

Exotic Dangers

While Hurvin Anderson’s paintings tease out the complexities of relocation and displacement, Peter Doig’s risk sliding into exoticism

19 Dec 2013

Dealers draw together for Salon du Dessin

There are plenty of new discoveries to be made at the Paris fair focused on fine draughtsmanship

26 Feb 2024

The cover stories of Andrew Cranston

The artist’s playful and delicate works, often painted on book jackets, conceal a serious interest in animals, absurdity and art history

24 Nov 2023

Artist of the Year

Apollo’s annual celebration of achievements in the art world. The Artist of the Year Award commends the most influential artists of the past 12 months

6 Nov 2023

Artforum editor fired over publication of open letter about Gaza

Plus: Robert Irwin (1928–2023), Italy appoints right-wing journalist as Venice Biennale director and the rest of the week’s top stories

28 Oct 2023

Are auction houses starting to run out of steam?

Disappointing results for a series of sales in London suggest the market may not be as healthy as Frieze made it seem

19 Oct 2023
artist in her studio

In the studio with… Kathryn Maple

The weird lighting in the artist’s studio sometimes makes her feel like she’s in tropical fish tank, but her dog Mary makes sure she gets out for walks every day

6 Feb 2023

How healthy is the market for Old Masters?

Blockbuster shows and occasional auction records can seem at odds with the lukewarm interest from collectors

30 Jan 2023
Mystic marriage of St Catherine (detail; c. 1575), Lavinia Fontana.

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2022

A remarkable Renaissance roundel from Mantua and a painting by Lavinia Fontana are among this month’s highlights

4 Mar 2022
Jah Shaka (detail; 1983), Denzil Forrester.

Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s–Now

From the arrival of the Windrush generation to the present day, this show at Tate Britain explores how Caribbean-British artists have made their mark

26 Nov 2021
The Captain and The Mate (2017–18), Lubaina Himid.

The British painting scene is a free-for-all these days – and that’s no bad thing

The Hayward’s survey of contemporary painting proves that the medium is thriving – with the figurative artists perhaps edging that little bit ahead

17 Sep 2021
German culture minister Monika Grütters at the Humboldt Forum in Berlin.

The week in art news – German culture minister calls for national strategy on Benin Bronzes

The German culture minister, Monika Grütters, has called a meeting next month of museums and states to form ‘a national…

26 Mar 2021
All Hands on Deck (detail; 2003), Denzil Forrester.

Club classics – on the dance floor with Denzil Forrester

The painter discusses dancehalls, club music and drawing in the dark

26 Dec 2020
Cape Ann Granite (1928), Edward Hopper

The forgotten landscapes of Edward Hopper

The great painter of urban solitude was also a dab hand at empty expanses – from dunes and forests to the open road

6 Apr 2020