Ground force – the artists who set out to surpass nature
An ambitious exhibition at the Beaux-Arts de Paris considers the mutual rivalry between art and science over the centuries
Saint Augustine, Napoleon, the Funny Guy: the many faces of Francis Picabia
Picabia seemed to sense the edginess of every decade in which he lived – and reinvented his art to reflect it
Why collect only women artists?
Valeria Napoleone discusses her unusual collection, and the importance of her relationships with artists
‘She changed how we encounter sculpture’ – remembering Phyllida Barlow (1944–2023)