Shiota’s installations reveal how memories and associations cling to certain objects
Highlights from a new exhibition at Yale University Art Gallery
Which objects would you choose to sum up a city like New York?
A new exhibition contends that portraiture doesn’t reflect the self; it constructs it
The Clark Institute is putting its new building to good use with an exhibition of abstract painting
Eliasson’s new installation at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art lets a river overrun the gallery
How has the night sky influenced African art over the centuries?
Satan, sin and the underworld…selected highlights
Ronay’s paintings and drawings from interwar Vienna build up a revealing portrait of a pleasure-seeking city
Seven artists over eight decades who have explored the body as a fetishised, provocative object
For centuries, painters have experimented with the landscape. Where will today’s artists venture next?
A look back at last week’s light-based commissions marking the outbreak of the First World War
Art from Indonesia and New Guinea goes on show at the Yale University Art Gallery
How does the new building compare to the architect’s previous projects?
Highlights from Art Everywhere US, the world’s largest outdoor art show celebrating America’s artistic heritage
A haunting series of photographs is about to go on show in Berlin
‘Sculpture, three-dimensional forms of solid material. Never what I do!’ The HMI begs to differ…
Pictures from the Belle Époque: a few of the highlights from ‘The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec’ at MoMA, New York
What to expect from a museum show dedicated to the ingenious objects produced by protest groups
Tutankhamun’s 20th-century fame. Highlights from the Ashmolean Museum’s summer exhibition.
A few of the powerful paintings that go on display at the reopened IWM this summer
‘Jerwood Makers Open’ recognises rising stars in the world of applied arts
Bored of football? The Scottish National Gallery is turning its attention to another national sport…