Hurvin Anderson discusses painting, places, and portraiture without the people
These important examples of 19th-century architecture could be lost if action isn’t taken soon
The city is known for its heritage, but its contemporary cultural scene is struggling
Lucian Freud, Pablo Picasso and Gerhard Richter are among the artists who have ‘edited’ their oeuvres by refusing to acknowledge certain works
On 2 September 1666, a fire took hold on Pudding Lane that would devastate London. As the anniversary approaches, exhibitions and events are being staged across the city
Treasures from Castle Howard go to the Fitzwilliam Museum and Tate Britain, while US museums acquire some important modern and contemporary collections
Yale University Press in London is the world’s leading art publisher. What does its recent restructuring say about the press – and about art publishing in general?
Tom Thomson’s sketching trips in the wilderness changed the course of Canadian art, but also claimed his life
The work of Belgian painter Léon Spilliaert is intimately tied to his home town of Ostend
This is the first time the prison has been opened to the public – and it’s an ambitious feat
Sport is more popular than ever, but only a handful of contemporary artists take it seriously as a subject. It wasn’t always this way…
Art can easily get forgotten in the mayhem of the city’s summer programmes, but it’s worth a detour to these exhibitions
Art students these days are more likely to keep a blog than a sketchbook. The British Museum’s touring exhibition of historic drawings seeks to change that
Chris Dercon, Will Gompertz, and other art-world figures came together in Berlin for the Communicating the Museum conference
The fourth and final part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
The third part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
An upcoming exhibition on the art of Fiji should make us rethink the relationship between culture and context
The second part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
Several US museums make major acquisitions this month, while the Bowes Museum gains a rare Dieric Bouts the Elder painting
The first part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
Damien Hirst’s recently opened Newport Street Gallery joins a long list of galleries founded by artists
Takesada Matsutani is one of the surviving members of the avant-garde Gutai group. He explains how its influence is everywhere in his work
The Ateneum holds the Finnish national art collection from the mid 18th century to 1960, but only a sixth of its works are on display.
Umberto Boccioni’s untimely death in 1916 turned him into the tragic hero of Futurism – and helped the artist’s reputation flourish abroad