Ramzan Kadyrov is the latest figure to embrace the 2016 armour revival
Inside the YBAs’ houses; educating Trump; and a drinky art fair director
Rakewell rounds up the best of the satirical art taking aim at Donald Trump
The Berghain has been recognised as a ‘high art’ institution. Museum directors will be pleased!
A flutter on the next Tate boss; Bob Dylan’s casino gates; and the strange case of the missing Antony Gormley sculpture
The Corens who do and don’t do art; Serpentine art speak; and is Banksy a trip hop legend?
A Holbein study of Erasmus’s hand led to one user being suspended from Facebook – and he thinks there are ‘dark forces’ at work
The novelist has taken aim at Grayson Perry in an interview – but does she have any idea what she’s talking about?
Boozing with Ragnar Kjartansson; kittiwakes at the BM; and techno Tillmans
It’s been a month of pop/art collaborations, including Frank Ocean’s foray into art publishing, and Madonna’s tempting invitation to Art Basel Miami
Marina Abramovic is apologetic, a very loose definition of ’Persian’, and Berlin’s pedestrians scandalise Ai Weiwei
Ghosthunters have been fishing for phantoms in a Lincolnshire museum – the latest in a long tradition of haunted museums
Grayson Perry, restaurant critic, plus the rest of this week’s art world gossip
Bill Wyman’s photographs are about to go on show in London – and quite right, as the Stones have long had a love for the London gallery scene
Trump isn’t having much luck with his initial: first a logo that looked too dirty for Donald, now a T monument that has burnt down suspiciously
The artists providing airline security, an Olympic art blooper and looking for the Mona Lisa at the National Gallery
A replica of Michelangelo’s David is too much for some St Petersburg residents. They’re voting this month on whether to cover him up
Clinton trumps her rival when it comes to backing the arts, but she may not be so keen on her recent appearance in a Melbourne mural
A Leonardo for the nude selfie era; an art bandit on the loose in Edinburgh; and lunchtime at the Rauschenberg Foundation
The Games have always been accompanied by some terrible art. Can Rio buck the trend?
The new prime minister’s rehang of 10 Downing Street will apparently see artworks replaced with quotations from her first speech in office
A ‘cubist’ computer game; vegan art; and Matt Hancock gets to grips with being culture minister
The great photographer proves to be a man of few words – albeit with a grin – at a National Portrait Gallery event
There’s an enough anti-Donald work out there to dub a new artistic movement