Louise Nicholson is a freelance arts writer and Apollo contributor

A ‘Koonsian Adventure’: Jeff Koons at the Whitney

The Whitney says goodbye to its old building with balloons, by the world’s most expensive living artist…

26 Jun 2014

Paul Mellon’s final gift to the National Gallery of Art, Washington

Paintings by Van Gogh, Degas and Seurat are among the 62 modern works bequeathed by Paul Mellon, to enter the NGA collection recently

6 Jun 2014

Rothko colours in the US east coast

Rothko’s works have popped up at auction, in Pace gallery and, later this year, at the Harvard Art Museums

30 May 2014

Review: Sculptures by Houdon and Clodion at the Frick Collection

A superb display of fine neoclassical French marble and terracotta

10 May 2014

Review: Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum

Packed with treasures, this exhibition will be hard to top

24 Apr 2014

A Tour of Asia Week New York

A roundup of highlights from Asia Week New York which runs from 14–22 March

15 Mar 2014

‘Treasures from Korea’ in the USA

An exhibition of Korean art from the Joseon Dynasty has begun its year-long tour of the US

4 Mar 2014

Art in the Airport: Terminal 2 Mumbai

Cultural impresario Rajeev Sethi is creating probably the world’s most art-filled and interesting airport, Terminal 2 at Mumbai

15 Feb 2014

An Enlightening Show

‘Yoga: The Art of Transformation’ at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery takes an overdue look at the subject in art. Its powerful yogini statues steal the show

10 Jan 2014

12 Days

An exquisite bag, possibly the oldest lady’s handbag in the world, is the unmissable centrepiece of ‘Court And Craft’ at the Courtauld Gallery, London

1 Jan 2014

Trading Stories

The story of the interrelationship of textiles, taste and commerce, is told with magnificence and aplomb by the Metropolitan Museum of Art

21 Dec 2013