Illustration by Anja Sušanj/Dutch Uncle

Is Documenta exploiting the economic crisis in Athens?

This year Documenta will be split between Kassel and Athens. Is this ‘crisis tourism’ or will it spotlight the city’s overlooked contemporary art scene?

27 Mar 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Silk, Porcelain and Lacquer’ by Teresa Canopa

17 Mar 2017

TEFAF video: an unholy alliance – conflict or symbiosis?

Watch a TEFAF Talk about the relationship between museums and the art trade

12 Mar 2017
Mad About Surrealism, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam

Where to go when you leave TEFAF Maastricht

If you’re visiting the fair, why not expand your horizons and head to these nearby art events, too?

9 Mar 2017
Frances Morris will take over from Chris Dercon as director of Tate Modern later this year.

Are things looking up for women in the arts?

Women artists have long been underrepresented on the world stage. On International Women’s Day, we celebrate some notable recent attempts at change

8 Mar 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘Rogues’ Gallery: A History of Art and its Dealers’ by Philip Hook

3 Mar 2017

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2017

The finest new additions to public art collections, from a late medieval altarpiece panel, to 62 works of art by contemporary African American artists

1 Mar 2017
Big Springs in Yellowstone Park (1872), Thomas Moran. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Ten art events to get to in March

This month’s exhibition highlights include a major Rodin centenary exhibition and the National Gallery’s pairing of Michelangelo and Sebastiano del Piombo

28 Feb 2017

Is the Bilbao effect over?

How has the Guggenheim Bilbao changed the city in the 20 years since it opened – and should other cities still try to copy its example?

27 Feb 2017

Book competition

Your chance to win ‘America’s National Gallery of Art’ by Philip Kopper

17 Feb 2017