Paul Oakenfold is the first DJ to play a set at Stonehenge. Plus Alex Katz remembers the frank criticism of Frank O’Hara
Rod Stewart is to sell part of his antiques collection. Plus art-shaming Kardashians and the V&A in knickers
Uri Geller is to open a museum in Jaffa, Israel, next year – and his psychic powers, or at least an archaeological team, have led to a discovery on site
Cate Blanchett is to play an Abramović-like artist in the mockumentary series Documentary Now!
Stephen Case is drawing every character from the Coen brothers’ films (and there are a lot of them)
Jarvis Cocker and Bez are to appear with bandmates from Pulp and the Happy Mondays in an episode of Bargain Hunt
Works go for a wander from the Parliamentary Art Collection, plus the rest of last week’s arty tittle-tattle
The Facebook flesh police took umbrage at a painting by Rubens that features the crucified Christ in a loincloth
Timothée Chalamet becomes an art-world icon and Theaster Gates reveals he’s a fan of Harry Styles
In his new show, What is America?, the comedian foists some pungent art on a gallerist in California. It’s not the first time he’s fooled the art world
A pop-up monument to commemorate 25 years since the release of Jurassic Park has appeared in London – and yes, it’s terrifying
Metro stations celebrate France’s footballers, the former Tory MP who met Andy Warhol, and a curious job advert from MoMA
The Trump baby balloon takes flight in Parliament Square. Should it be in a sculpture park?
Flag wags, Madonna at the National Portrait Gallery, and why Gareth Southgate’s waistcoat might be heading to the Museum of London
The residents of a town in Victoria are hoping that a bronze Nick Cave will become a visitor attraction
Ed Vaizey does the floss dance, Germaine Greer takes aim at art in schools and Vincent van Gogh gets his own beer
An amateur restoration job on a sculpture in Estella, northern Spain, has become an internet sensation
Ronaldo as a Russian general, Victoria Beckham and the Old Masters, and a bashing for Baselitz
A ‘Renoir’ pizza could be just the thing after perusing some of Manifesta‘s more offbeat installations
Beyonce and Jay-Z take over the Louvre, Kurt Cobain in Co. Kildare, and why Olafur Eliasson is teaming up with Ikea
American philatelists with a nose for novelty can now get their hands on scratch n’sniff stamps. And is Royal Mail having a laugh with its Dad’s Army set?
What doesn’t Arron Banks know about the Hermitage? Why is Christie’s like a tennis court? And did anyone point out how that G7 photo looks like a Renaissance painting?
The actor Willem Dafoe will play Francis Bacon and Alberto Giacometti in a reading at the Beyeler Foundation later this month