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A round-up of the week’s reviews: Paris, paintings, and two very different types of print
Maurice Davies on museum funding, Daisy Dunn on Pompeii’s stolen fresco, and other stories from the Muse Room this week
Grayson Perry is the first visual artist to receive the honour. He must be getting used to making that claim.
A winningly eccentric exhibition of contemporary painting
What does it mean to be selected for TEFAF’s yearly Showcase of promising new galleries?
The theft of part of a minor fresco in Pompeii is not in itself a huge loss, but it highlights wider security and conservation issues
The current Piranesi exhibition at Sir John Soane’s Museum raises interesting questions about original artworks and their reproductions
Yinka Shonibare’s work at the Barnes Foundation is both entertaining and deeply reflective
Lost, stolen, restored, repackaged and photographed: a round-up of art news and debates from this week
Are the rules governing photography in many major museums just too confusing?
In Apollo’s March issue we spoke to Michael Craig-Martin ahead of his exhibition at Chatsworth House
We asked 10 galleries at TEFAF to pick out their personal highlights
It’s been billed as ‘the broadest and most diverse’ Whitney Biennial to date, and the enormous variety of this year’s display is no bad thing
‘There’s nothing particularly radical or subversive in ridiculing the classical’. Matthew Darbyshire discusses art history, appropriation, contemporary clichés
Ruination is a condition of modern life. An exhibition at Tate Britain explores its enduring appeal
A roundup of highlights from Asia Week New York which runs from 14–22 March
A look at some of the outstanding satellite shows being staged alongside TEFAF
A finely honed selection of masterpieces of European art
Meditative and mysterious, Bill Viola’s video work asks timeless questions
This thoughtful and thought-provoking exhibition gives the war a human face
Apollo’s March Forum asks what should be done with ‘fake’ paintings
Something had clearly gone very right at Art13 last year – Art14, its successor, was positively rammed on its opening night