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Assemble: could 18 young architects take home the Turner Prize?

To be honest, the art world bats barely an eyelash at this ‘new’ development

13 May 2015

Made in China: the ‘fake’ Fragonard that fooled Dulwich

Doug Fishbone hid a cheap Chinese replica in the Dulwich Picture Gallery and hardly anybody noticed

5 May 2015

Art Outlook

Cultural sites severely damaged in Nepal; major fire rips through Clandon Park; Museum of Biblical Art forced to close in New York

30 Apr 2015

Highlights from the Pompidou pop-up in Málaga

Some high-profile works have made it to Málaga to inaugurate the Pompidou’s latest venue

28 Apr 2015

‘The Next Helsinki’ and the Guggenheim Helsinki are as bad as each other

Should the city even close a few museums instead of designing more?

21 Apr 2015

A Utopian Stage: Festival of Arts Shiraz-Persepolis

The ancient Persian ruins of Persepolis were a spectacular backdrop for ‘one of the most adventurous and idiosyncratic festivals in…

Whitechapel Gallery, London

Stamping down on the students: has the UK’s largest art school gone too far?

Students are asking legitimate questions about the future of art schools: UAL should listen

17 Apr 2015

The forward-thinking director behind Frankfurt’s museums

Max Hollein discusses the challenges and rewards of running not one, but three, institutions

17 Apr 2015

Art Outlook: 16 April

IS demolishes the ancient city of Nimrud; Günter Grass dies aged 87; art trumps privacy in US court ruling; and don’t mention the Elgin Marbles

16 Apr 2015

Baltic Diary: April

What is the relationship between art and the city?

13 Apr 2015

Horrible Art Histories

A look at how the genre of the grotesque has unfolded from the Renaissance to the present day

6 Apr 2015

The Week’s Muse: 4 April

News and comment from our April issue: Thomas Marks and John Curtis on the cultural desecration of Iraq; Don Quixote in NYC; plus, should the Kunstmuseum Bern have accepted the Gurlitt bequest?

4 Apr 2015

Art Outlook: 3 April

Tate Britain director and RA curator head for Europe; LACMA teams up with Hyundai; the UK’s fight to keep an ancient Egyptian statue continues; plus our favourite April Fools

3 Apr 2015

Gift-giving: Lynda Benglis at the Hepworth Wakefield

It is satisfying to see Benglis finally given proper recognition in the UK

27 Mar 2015

Art Outlook: 26 March

National Gallery gets a gift; MoMA under criticism; stolen El Greco work restituted; and a last ditch attempt to save a Brutalist estate in east London

26 Mar 2015

Regional museums are in crisis. Can they survive?

Key speakers debated the issue at a Courtauld event this week

19 Mar 2015

Helsinki is emerging from its winter slumber…

Tom Jeffreys reports from Helsinki on Amos Anderson’s plans for a new gallery; Kiasma’s reopening and exhibitions; and Päivi Takala’s paintings of painting

15 Mar 2015

Beyond TEFAF

A look at the satellite events staged in and around Maastricht

6 Mar 2015

Letter from Helsinki: Finland’s changing art scene

Tom Jeffreys on the changing nature of Finland’s art scene

2 Mar 2015

Art Outlook: 19 February

Sheila Girling dies aged 90; Centre Pompidou plans pop-ups; Musée Maillol closes unexpectedly, and the Whitworth reopens…

19 Feb 2015

The Week’s Muse: 7 February

Previews from the new February issue: Is the golden age of art schools over? What can be done to protect cultural property in war zones? Does art still have a sense of mystery?

7 Feb 2015

Rule Breaker: Lynda Benglis

As a survey of Lynda Benglis’s work opens at the Hepworth Wakefield, the artist talks to Imelda Barnard about her 40-year career

6 Feb 2015

Lynda Benglis

The American artist Lynda Benglis gained notoriety in 1974 when she ran an advert in Artforum, in which she posed nude,…

Hepworth Wakefield

Art Outlook: 29 January

Sponsorship, strikes and self-censorship in London’s top museums; the Smithsonian’s international expansion; Tutankhamun’s broken beard

29 Jan 2015