Previews from the new February issue: Is the golden age of art schools over? What can be done to protect cultural property in war zones? Does art still have a sense of mystery?
From biplanes to drones, we look at the impact of the aerial viewpoint on modern and contemporary art. Plus, our round-up of this month’s major acquisitions
The advent of modern aviation had a decisive influence on the art of British modernists
BRAFA opens in Brussels; Theaster Gates wins the Artes Mundi Prize; art and craft at the NGCA
Rethinking artists’ copyright; an update from Amphipolis; and Limerick’s year of controversy and culture
From Cornelia Parker’s meteorite-laden fireworks, to Peter Lanyon’s gliding paintings, British artists are commanding attention this year
Attention-seeking museums; Moholy-Nagy’s pioneering multi-sensory art; the Cooper Hewitt; and photography in the Rijksmuseum
The Apollo Award Winners 2014; Jeremy Deller discusses Warhol and William Morris; and the rise (and fall?) of Italian post-war art in London
We’ll soon be announcing the winners of the Apollo Awards 2014…
Nobody knows who did them, but why should that stop us appreciating these works?
The Apollo Awards; Scandinavian art in London; and the mixed fortunes of New Contemporaries
A little known 19th-century Norwegian painter is being touted as a ‘forerunner of modernism’
Piano Nobile’s show introduces the ‘war artist’s peacetime work
A round-up of news and comment: First World War cartoons; a $500 million gift to LACMA; and the difficulty with digital art
Was the Musée Picasso worth the wait? Is the Turner Prize showing its age? News and comment from the Muse Room
The display of art in Asia; photojournalism from Chechnya; and historic rings in New York
Artists on film; Spanish art in Durham; contemporary art in Paris; and auctions online
To me, Burgert’s paintings are packed with art-historical allusions. But if the artist meant them to sneak in, he won’t admit it
From the frenetic pace of Frieze London, to an artwork that won’t be ready for 100 years
Nevinson is best known for his war art, but took his work in surprising directions after 1918
Gavin Turk on Duchamp’s legacy; William Morris the anarchist; and Peckham’s hidden galleries
The Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art’s impressive jewellery collection is now on show in a dedicated new gallery
There are millions of artists in the USA. How do you seek out the interesting ones?