Tiny, fragile, and immensely valuable: the Meiyintang ‘Chicken Cup’ broke auction records at Sotheby’s yesterday
Audio cassette magazine Audio Arts has been made digitally available to the public on the Tate website
Every visit to Alan was an experience to savour. His home and studio was full of colour
The Duke of Northumberland to sell £15 million of his private art collection to cover the costs of flood damage
Boris Johnson and Prince Harry visit the Olympic Park ahead of its opening tomorrow
This week Austria refuses the Essl collection, a stolen Bonnard and Gauguin are found, G.U.L.F protests at the Guggenheim and Katy Perry starts an art collection.
Kiefer’s first UK retrospective is a major coup for the RA
Flipping art is a controversial practice: it was only a matter of time before it resulted in a public spat
The National Gallery of Australia has removed a Shiva statue from public view and may return it to India
Gurlitt’s extraordinary cache of art, much of which is being investigated as possible Nazi loot, is bigger than we thought – again
Grayson Perry is the first visual artist to receive the honour. He must be getting used to making that claim.
Announcements from the Venice Biennale, Manifesta 10 and Documenta, plus other art world stories from the past week
This morning, UK Culture Secretary Maria Miller introduced a new series of commemorative arts commissions
Highlights from the upcoming ‘Designs of the Year 2014’ exhibition at the Design Museum, London
We asked 10 galleries at TEFAF to pick out their personal highlights
The plight of Pompeii, mega-yachts in Venice, and other news, comments and stories from around the web
Celebrating the gestural, colourful, restless potential of the medium
The RA Schools’ exhibition of art by its current students is open until Wednesday
We spoke with Willem van Roijen about his new role, and his hopes for the fair
Spotlight on Syria and other news, comments and stories from around the web
How should the art world respond to Russia’s occupation of Ukraine?
Seven artists will exhibit at the Londonewcastle Project Space, London, in May
The shortlist for ‘The 7 Most Endangered’ programme 2014 has been announced