In Lausanne, a lively new museum district has finally arrived
The Plateforme 10 project has brought the city’s fine arts, design and photo museums together on the site of a former train yard
Peter Doig’s pick-and-mix approach to painting
The Courtauld’s show of recent works may be uneven but, at his best, the artist is more than capable of rubbing shoulders with the greats
How are UK museums going to keep the lights on this winter?
The government’s energy caps offer short-term relief, but if museums are really going to serve as ‘warm havens’ they need more certainty
How do women really wield power?
In attempting to give an account of ‘feminine power’ through the ages, the British Museum raises far more questions than it answers
Making progress in postwar Britain
This focused survey shows that artists after the war seemed more than ready to embrace the future
The Finnish painter who longed for freedom
Akseli Gallen-Kallela is best-known for his pretty lakeside views, but he also yearned for political independence and spiritual fulfilment
What not to miss at Asia Week New York
Devotional textiles from India and a rare edition of a work by Hiroshige are among the highlights of this year’s event
Can machines do art history?
Art historians may be sceptical about artificial intelligence, but machine learning might enlarge our capacity for observation – and even revive connoisseurship
Material differences – the abstract women sculptors with utterly distinct approaches
The artists featured in this exhibition didn’t share the same outlook or methods, but their variousness is part of the point
The Apollo 40 Under 40 Art & Tech in focus: Nimrod Vardi
The founding director of Arebyte has turned the gallery and online platform into a magnet for new media art in the UK
Admissible evidence – museum directors have their say on vaccine passports
Museum directors in France and Italy seem to agree that requiring proof of vaccination is preferable to being shut – although not everyone is on board
What not to miss at TEFAF Online
For its second online edition, the fair is doubly determined to catch the eye of collectors with museum-quality masterpieces
Tim Berners-Lee said the World Wide Web was for everyone, so why has he sold its source code as an NFT?
The sale at auction raises complex questions about who owns the internet today
Masterpiece is back, with a new hybrid approach that stays true to its roots
There’s still no bustling tent this year, but the fair continues to offer a platform for the best of art and design from across the globe
Are digital artists waiting for the NFT bubble to burst?
Most of the fuss about NFTs has focused on what, if anything, buyers are getting – but how do digital artists feel about minting their art?
The Swiss museums leading the charge to reopen
Museums in Switzerland have appealed to the government to let them reopen – and French museums are following suit
Meet the artists who were built by a bot factory
Andrei Taraschuk wants to inundate the internet with art – and has made hundreds of bots posing as famous artists
Niki de Saint Phalle’s psychedelic garden is a seriously good trip
In her Tarot Garden in Tuscany, the French-American artist let her imagination run riot
Is e-commerce the future for museum shops?
With far fewer in-person visitors exiting through the gift shop, institutions must find new ways to mitigate their losses
What did Impressionism mean for sculpture?
A survey of artists inspired by the movement considers how successfully sculpture can convey a sense of transience
Cromwell Place is open – and it’s a timely treat for London’s art lovers
The major new arts hub in South Kensington is now open – and making good on its promise of bringing artistic innovation to London
Masterpiece pulls out the stops for its first online edition
Virtual viewing rooms, video tours and private Zoom meetings – here’s what to expect from Masterpiece Online
What does the loss of Masterpiece mean for London?
The threats to the art fair have been piling up for years. So what’s pushed it over the edge?