This spectacular French clock, designed by the best craftsman of the day, is the star of a show at the Wallace Collection
Wasn’t this year’s Venice Biennale exhibition supposed to do away with grand curatorial conceits?
MoMA’s attempt to ‘make space’ for women artists has backfired, but does at least highlight some unexpected affinities between artists
Cedric Price believed that architecture should be mobile, lightweight, and temporary. Above all, he thought it should be fun
Despite Yale’s new facsimile edition, this 15th-century manuscript happily remains as indecipherable as ever
The decision to stage part of the 14th Documenta in Athens has been widely debated. Now that it’s open, what are the highlights of the programme?
His ‘white writing’ style helped shape the course of modern painting, so why isn’t the artist better known?
She was well known in the surrealist circles of the 20th century, but Vézelay’s work has been all but forgotten since
An exhibition of Les Nabis at the Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum in Tokyo explores their interest in the art of the Far East
An ambitious exhibition at the National Gallery traces the productive overlaps between these two Renaissance masters