The artist’s ongoing record of what was not there becomes more thought-provoking as time passes
Pore over Matisse’s prized possessions and get a glimpse into Lawrence Alma-Tadema’s home at these fascinating exhibitions
Waddington Custot celebrates Beuys’s boxing skills, while a mysterious British artist steals the show at Bagshawe Fine Art
The Kassel leg of Documenta 14 has just opened, but will it fare batter than its much-criticised Athens counterpart?
Wasn’t this year’s Venice Biennale exhibition supposed to do away with grand curatorial conceits?
It tanked in 1967, but the band’s debut album, produced by Andy Warhol, was still the best pop cultural achievement of its decade
Like the city itself, the strength of this fair is in its variety
Spring is here and the sun is out, so choose your exhibitions wisely…
Go and see Joel Sternfeld’s strange and beautiful photographs of the USA at Beetles+Huxley while you still can
You can stumble across good art in the strangest places…