More to Mucha than meets the eye – or is there?
An exhibition at Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Museum aims to rethink the familiar work of Czech artist Alphonse Mucha – but could it have gone further?
The artist proving that beauty is on the inside – literally
Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva has used animal fat, intestines, and testicles in her work – not to shock, but to reveal the beauty in things that would normally disgust us
When artists deny, disavow or reject their work
Lucian Freud, Pablo Picasso and Gerhard Richter are among the artists who have ‘edited’ their oeuvres by refusing to acknowledge certain works
Artists opening galleries is not just a recent trend
Damien Hirst’s recently opened Newport Street Gallery joins a long list of galleries founded by artists
Stories in abstraction: an interview with Mary Heilmann
With her first UK exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, Mary Heilmann talks fashion, finger painting and why Ellsworth Kelly is her hero
George Shaw finds the otherworldly in trees, porn magazines and plastic sheets
As associate artist at the National Gallery, Shaw focuses on the nondescript woodland where many of art history’s most sordid stories play out
What’s going on with museum funding in the US?
Which museums are raking it in? And which ones are facing a deficit?
Roman Britain when you least expect it
Who’d have thought that a barn conversion could lead to one of the most important Roman discoveries in Britain?
This is not the first time that Henry Moore's work has taken a pounding
The long tradition of hating Henry Moore
Let’s hope the disgruntled students at Columbia University don’t take their protests against Moore’s work to these extremes…
Andy Warhol, Richard Avedon and five Marilyn Monroes
For a handy reminder of why Warhol was so radical, head to Gagosian Gallery’s ‘Avedon Warhol’ exhibition in London
When outsider art entered the mainstream