Which of these eight recent graduates should take home the £5,000 prize?
From the first printed bibles to contemporary Inuit sculpture and astrophotography…
Art news: English Heritage to split in two; Romania’s silence over Brancusi statue sale; Cézanne sketches discovered at the Barnes Foundation
Sheila Girling dies aged 90; Centre Pompidou plans pop-ups; Musée Maillol closes unexpectedly, and the Whitworth reopens…
Great art, thoughtful curation and a snazzy café: Manchester’s £15 million redevelopment project is a great success
A Leonardo is seized from a vault in Switzerland; artists condemn Tania Bruguera’s detention in Cuba; and a Gauguin sells for $300 million
Walter Liedtke killed in train crash; National Gallery staff strike over privatisation plans; two bronzes attributed to Michelangelo
The curator of European paintings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art was killed in the Metro-North Valhalla train crash on Tuesday
David Ekserdjian discusses the recent announcement
New year, new acquistions: from Jérôme Bonaparte’s chandelier to an entire country cottage
Sponsorship, strikes and self-censorship in London’s top museums; the Smithsonian’s international expansion; Tutankhamun’s broken beard
Gabriele Finaldi is tipped as the next National Gallery director; Italy recovers looted antiquities; and Luc Tuymans is found to be in breach of copyright
A selection of self-portraits from Turner Contemporary’s latest show
And what does it mean for our understanding of Graeco-Roman art?
Who will restore the Glasgow School of Art? Who’s taking over at TEFAF? How much would you pay for Larry Gagosian’s sushi?
The NPG and Art Basel Asia get new directors; an ancient city is unearthed in Turkey; Turner’s house to be restored; and Labour comes under fire
Nine stolen artworks recovered in LA; India and Pakistan share a pavilion in Venice; and a young-looking ‘Mona Lisa’ in Singapore
The British Museum lends a Parthenon marble to Russia; the Cooper Hewitt reopens in New York; and another art theft in Italy
An extraordinary quantity of post-war Italian art has been exhibited, sold and written about this year. What’s behind the rich pickings?
Some of the stories and discussions we’ve spotted online this week: Turner steals the limelight; Christie’s Chief Executive steps down; and the crowds descend on Miami Beach
The Kunstmuseum Bern takes on Gurlitt’s art collection; major art awards; and the world of Minecraft meets the world of art
Nobody knows who did them, but why should that stop us appreciating these works?
The artist was announced the winner at a ceremony at the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague