François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne’s fantastical creations are making mischief at the Trianon estate this summer
The artist was a reluctant photographer – yet from the 1920s to ’40s, the Surrealist vision he brought to fashion photography helped elevate it to an art form in its own right
What exactly does it take to create an online exhibition? And will such platforms still be of use after lockdown?
The contemporary art satellite of the Albertina was set to open last week. Visitors will find solace there, says its director, when the lockdown is over
The artist’s feminist photomontages fill the galleries, while the house is now punctuated with her interventions – and the scent of potpourri
A selection of studies and sketches shows how the definition of drawing has happily ballooned in recent decades
From seaside Maine to the streets of Manhattan, Dodd’s paintings depict the world around her
The painter’s witty and deceptively effortless works combine high and low culture to enjoyable effect