Art Outlook: 27 November

The Kunstmuseum Bern takes on Gurlitt’s art collection; major art awards; and the world of Minecraft meets the world of art

27 Nov 2014

Curators pick seven highlights from ‘A Traveler’s Eye’

We asked the curators of the Arthur M. Sackler gallery’s latest show to pick their favourite exhibits

23 Nov 2014

Muse Reviews: 23 November

Paul Nash’s watercolours; Manet and contemporary art; photographers’ contact sheets; and Beatrice Gibson’s disorderly films

23 Nov 2014

Book Competition

‘Beyond the Battlefield: Women Artists of the Two World Wars’ by Catherine Speck

21 Nov 2014

Art Outlook: 20 November

News from the art world: art awards, auction records, and a royal stamp of approval

20 Nov 2014

Gallery: The Berthouville Treasure at the Getty Villa

A group of exceptional ancient Roman silver vessels has been cleaned up and put on display in Malibu

19 Nov 2014

Gallery: Peder Balke

Highlights from the National Gallery’s exhibition of the 19th-century Norwegian landscapes

18 Nov 2014

Muse Reviews: 16 November

Mannequins in the Fitzwilliam Museum; Cubism at the Met; chickens in the crypt

16 Nov 2014

Art Market Maths: the celebrity factor

At a post-war and contemporary auction, why settle for one famous name if you can have two?

15 Nov 2014

Gallery: ‘The Art and Craft of Elena Polenova’ at Watts Gallery

Elena Polenova’s paintings, illustrations and furniture designs are on display in the UK

14 Nov 2014

Imran Qureshi: November Apollo

Apollo talks to Imran Qureshi ahead of his major UK exhibition at Ikon

14 Nov 2014

Art Outlook: 13 November

Major gifts, controversial sales and record-breaking auctions

13 Nov 2014

From Monet to Magritte: Perenchio’s gift to LACMA

Monet, Picasso, Degas, Magritte…a few highlights from Perenchio’s collection

13 Nov 2014

Highlights from Paris Tableau

A few of the Old Master paintings on offer at Paris Tableau this year

13 Nov 2014

Hennessy Portrait Prize 2014

Which of the 12 shortlisted artists should win the inaugural Hennessy Portrait Prize?

11 Nov 2014

Muse Reviews: 9 November

Freud’s lusty figurines; Hogarth’s lewd Londoners; Serra’s monumental sculptures and Anaïs Tondeur’s scientific mysteries

9 Nov 2014

Book Competition

‘Rembrandt’s House: Exploring the World of the Great Master’ by Anthony Bailey

7 Nov 2014

Art Outlook: 6 November

The J. Paul Getty Museum’s major Manet acquisition; Ronald Lauder’s warning to the Kunstmuseum Bern; and North Korea’s first UK art show

6 Nov 2014

Forum: Is the Turner Prize still relevant at 30?

The Turner Prize turns 30 this year – but does it continue to represent the best of contemporary British art?

5 Nov 2014

Gallery: ‘FLASHBACK’ Pala Alpitour, Turin (Italy)

FLASHBACK in Turin supports the premise that ‘All Art is contemporary’

4 Nov 2014

Gallery: ‘Odd Volumes: Book Art’ at Yale University Art Gallery

An insight into the world of book art

3 Nov 2014

Acquisitions of the Month: October

The Metropolitan Museum gains a collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts, while Tate takes home some contemporary work from Frieze

2 Nov 2014

Muse Reviews: 2 November

Pierre Huyghe’s stange and beautiful work; Jane and Louise Wilson’s ‘Undead Sun’; and Schiele’s uneasy nudes

2 Nov 2014

Art Outlook: 30 October

Some of the stories and discussions we’ve spotted online this week: Could ‘orphan’ artworks be brought in from the cold?…

30 Oct 2014