The French artist is still the guiding spirit of the Collection de l’Art Brut, the museum he founded in Lausanne
The museum founded by Leopold II has reopened after a five-year closure and rethought all its displays. Has it gone far enough?
The statue has been in Paris for nearly two centuries, but does it belong back on the island of Milos?
The French artist explains why organising a retrospective is like rustling up a meal
Vivian Maier took thousands of photographs, but showed them to no one. Why are some artists so determined to keep their work secret?
Collector, dealer, novelist, art historian, culture minister, conservationist – André Malraux’s influence still looms large