Thanks to deepfake technology you can make Rembrandt roll his eyes – and be creeped out by the results
With the sitcom set to return to our screens, Rakewell wonders if its pompous protagonist will know more about art than he used to
The Secretary of State for Culture has paintings by Lubaina Himid and Charles Mozley in his office – but perhaps video art is more his thing?
If Coventry Council votes to buy an empty IKEA store next week, several national collections could be heading to the city
Serena Williams has opened up her private art gallery to Architectural Digest – and she’s not the first tennis star to have courted the art world
It’s your chance to own part of the Louvre – and spruce up your backyard with plants of impeccable provenance
The sculptor is urging us to get creative in lockdown – and even better, he’s been channelling the late, great Tony Hart on live TV
The original foyer doors of Abbey Road Studios are up for auction – which isn’t quite the same as owning the zebra crossing, but still
The hit French series on Netflix sees the Paris museum’s security breached in spectacular fashion – but stealing the Mona Lisa in 1911 couldn’t have been easier
A meme of Bernie at the inauguration has (predictably) seen the senator popping up in everyone’s favourite paintings
Charlotte York-Goldenblatt stepped away from her career in the original series, but perhaps she’s ready to return to the white cube in this year’s reboot?
It is perhaps unsurprising that a show that takes such a creative approach to costume drama plays fast and loose with its locations
Whisky and museums are a few of your roving correspondent’s favourite things – and now the V&A Dundee is bringing them together
Banksy has decorated a wall in Bristol with a sneeze – leading Rakewell to ponder the art of sneezing
The first commercially produced Christmas card was published in 1843 – and you can have one for £5,000 or more (stamps not included)
A cameo in the BBC’s His Dark Materials adaptation leads Rakewell to reflect on other fictional appearances of the museum over the years
A 9,000-piece Lego model of the Colosseum has Rakewell pondering other models of the great amphitheatre – made out of cork, clay and cheese
It has been a good week for outsize dogs in Turkmenistan and a huge week for good dogs in Delaware
Rakewell reports on a remarkable fluke outside the Dutch city
News that pet owners have more faith in doggy heaven than ever before leads Rakewell on a trip down memorial lane
From post Impressionist painting to 20th-century toys, the humble potato has caught the imagination of many an artist – and infant cubist
Why is it that single women living in Manhattan nearly always find themselves working in an art gallery – on TV, at least?
The gallery is paying homage to the famous wartime concerts organised by Myra Hess with a series of performances – with no audiences, alas
As runners in the London Marathon prepare to make 19 loops of St James’s Park, Rakewell delves into the sporting provenance of the park