An engaging documentary profiles the collectors who possess – or would like to possess – paintings by the Dutch master
An exhibition dedicated to the music of the future may be too respectful of its past
A rehang of Christchurch Art Gallery’s permanent collections emphasises non-European patterns of influence
For the avant-garde composer, mushroom-foraging was closely linked to his ideas about sound and spontaneity
The six paintings have long languished in relative obscurity. Restored and on view in Dublin, they are finally getting their due
Would that the Buildings of Ireland series could be completed – the architectural riches of Central Leinster and Cork are well served by two new volumes
Before ‘Big Brother’, there was Biosphere 2 – an experiment in utopian living that left its participants low on food and short of breath
Taken on his road trips across America, the photographer’s images from the 1970s are in a class of their own
Joseph Friedrich zu Racknitz’s four-volume treatise, newly translated and edited, deserves to be more widely read
A short-lived retrospective at the Met Breuer revelled in the German artist’s formal inventiveness – and his long engagement with history
The German artist is closely linked with conceptual and minimalist art, but her DIY approach was quite singular
Should we see the painter as a Renaissance feminist or as a product of her upbringing?
A documentary about the unlikely friendship between an artist and the man who stole her work raises tantalising questions about image-making and ownership
A recent display at MoMA revealed the unexplored depths of an artist whose work sometimes seems all surface
The dealer and collector is usually a footnote in other people’s stories. A new biography makes him the main event
A new book of erotica and personal materials gives us an entrée to a circle of mid-century bohemians
The various ways in which the ancient Romans depicted figures from the afterlife tell us much about contemporary preoccupations
Blake Gopnik’s new biography sets out to solve the puzzle of a man who saw his life as an extension of his art
This important survey clearly shows how deeply modern art in the US was indebted to the Mexican muralists
Could a Pythonesque computer game set a good example for galleries trying to attract virtual visitors?
This groundbreaking exhibition charts the flourishing of the medium in the Veneto – from Donatello to lesser-known masters
A new biography by Robert Storr offers a comprehensive yet personal account of the artist’s complex career
The artist’s encouraging approach shows a nation in lockdown that technique isn’t everything
Alistair Sooke and Simon Schama take on tour-guide duties in a series of new 30-minute films. But how satisfying can the Tate on the telly really be?