The continued expansion of Art Basel

By reimagining the fair as a cultural event, Art Basel moves away from a historic focus on objects towards the production of experiences

7 Jun 2017

Asian Art in London 2015: Art Award Shortlist

Announcing the shortlist for the Asian Art in London Art Award 2015

29 Oct 2015

Curators’ Pick: 7 Highlights from Asia in Amsterdam

Paintings, jewellery, textiles, and a sweetmeats set…highlights from the Rijksmuseum’s latest show

Autumn Art Highlights: London

Look forward to frantic Frieze Week festivities and quality museum shows in the UK capital

16 Sep 2015

Autumn Art Highlights: Berlin

Berlin Art Week kicks off the season, while the art fair ‘abc’ (art berlin contemporary) promises corners without walls…

9 Sep 2015

Autumn Art Highlights: Paris

Six unmissable exhibitions, from Fragonard in Love at the Musée du Luxembourg to Pictures of Prostitution at the Musée d’Orsay

8 Sep 2015

Autumn Art Highlights: Washington DC

Five unmissable exhibitions coming up in Washington DC this autumn

4 Sep 2015

Autumn Art Highlights: New York

There’s no shortage of things to see…but these are likely to be the season’s standout shows

3 Sep 2015

Autumn Art Highlights: Los Angeles

Resident architectural legend Frank Gehry gets a retrospective and the hotly-anticipated museum, The Broad, is set to open

2 Sep 2015

Preview: Parcours des Mondes brings tribal art to Paris

Highlights from the world’s most important commercial tribal art event

27 Aug 2015

Highlights from the new Centre of Ceramic Art in York

Our picks from the impressive collection at the renovated York Art Gallery

23 Jul 2015

First Look: ‘Gold and Ivory’ at Louvre-Lens

The curators introduce a new exhibition of medieval art from Paris and Tuscany

First Look: ‘Collecting Paradise’ at the Rubin

For centuries, the art of Kashmir was highly renowned, but most western visitors are unfamiliar with it today

19 May 2015

First Look: ‘Inca: Conquests of the Andes’ at the Dallas Museum of Art

Introducing the Incas, and the diverse, ever-changing art that their conquest of the Andes produced

14 May 2015

First Look: Poussin and God at the Louvre

A sneak preview of a new exhibition dedicated to Poussin’s depictions of sacred and Christian themes

First Look: Rubens in Private

What better subject to show at Rubens’ family home than his family portraits?

31 Mar 2015

First Look: ‘Painting Paradise’ at The Queen’s Gallery

A new show explores the changing character of the garden and its enduring appeal for artists

16 Mar 2015

First Look: Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo in Detroit

In one remarkable year, Rivera arguably made his greatest mural cycle and Kahlo forged her own expressive style

9 Mar 2015

First Look: Henri de Fromantiou at the Bonnefantenmuseum

A new exhibition in Maastricht looks set to bring the 17th-century master back into the spotlight

4 Mar 2015

First Look: Leon Underwood at Pallant House Gallery

It is fascinating how influential figures can seem to ‘disappear’ from the canon of art history

27 Feb 2015

The story behind ‘Telling Tales’ at the Frist Center for Visual Arts

Mark Scala on how he adapted the New-York Historical Society’s exhibition ‘Making American Taste’ for its new venue

23 Feb 2015

First Look: ‘Salt and Silver’ at Tate Britain

Tate celebrates the distinctive, experimental aesthetic of 19th-century salted paper prints

18 Feb 2015

First Look: ‘The Sultan’s World’ at BOZAR

How did Ottoman culture influence Western artists during the Renaissance?

16 Feb 2015

First Look: ‘Van Gogh to Rothko’ at Crystal Bridges Museum

Manuela Well-Off-Man introduces a travelling show of masterworks from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

14 Feb 2015