…And who ‘hacked’ the State Tretyakov Gallery’s Twitter account last week?
Minnesota merchandise, Barbara Kruger on the metro, and John Humphry’s porridge
Pop-up ‘museums of ice cream’ are a hit in California – but some locals are giving them the cold shoulder
For the second time this year, a doodle by Donald has fetched thousands of dollars at auction
A trashy installation in Aspen, Bath on Botox, and Prince’s dancing shoes at the V&A
An apparently innocuous painting is terrifying the good folk of the Midlands
The last major Tintin work by Hergé goes under the hammer this weekend. Can it beat Asterix’s astronomical prices?
The art that floats Shaun Ryder’s boat, Donald Trump’s ‘Renoir’, Tracey Emin’s laundry, and Britney Spears’ new hobby
The performance artist has collaborated with Ladurée on a macaron that distils her personality (so they say)
Jeremy Clarkson’s art fair, Macron’s Picasso, May’s Kahlo, and Renzo Piano’s scooter
George Osborne’s Mao moment, Peter Blake spices up his life, and more Frieze gossip
Cheeky art patronage at Nando’s, Frank Gehry’s Bilbao nerves and how Julia Stiles beefed up her art history for Riviera
An AI programme developed by a Cambridge-based tech company lets you paint like Van Gogh, apparently
The Saatchi Gallery staged a pop-up Kardashian exhibition last week. Oh dear.
Tintin the fake news reporter, Michael Jackson at the NPG, and more art-world tittle-tattle
Theresa May is outlining her vision for Brexit in Santa Maria Novella in Florence. Where did she get the idea?
A statue of the inventor of the Kalashnikov assault rifle has been erected in Moscow
A Twitter tussle between two London museums, gallery doppelgangers, and Howard Hodgkin’s taste in television
A vast ‘fatberg’ is obstructing the sewers of East London – and the Museum of London wants to get hold of a piece
The Rijksmueum has reopened its gallery at Schipol airport – and there’s a special treat in the baggage hall to mark the occasion
David Hockney and Clement Greenberg’s daughter, Ernest Hemingway’s cats, and DIY discussions at Tate Britain
Canada’s prime minister has been immortalised in butter, while a Kiwi artist has chosen a rather less tasteful medium for his political statuary
The latest tittle-tattle from the art and museum worlds