Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty
Caught in the Act (La Main dans le sac) by Jean Dubuffet (1961)
In Focus

Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty

One of the great post-war artists, Dubuffet took ugliness and ‘fashioned it into something extraordinary’
17 May 2021
Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema
Jason and the Argonauts (1963): ‘a sense of the marvellous’
In Review

Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema

The special effects pioneer’s love of art and mythology is explored in this newly reopened show
10 May 2021
The artist’s way: a video call with Takashi Murakami
Takashi Murakami in his studio, courtesy of the artist
The big interview

The artist’s way: a video call with Takashi Murakami

The Japanese pop art impresario reflects on recent months and creativity in lockdown
30 Apr 2021
Damien Hirst takes over Gagosian 
Self-Portrait as Surgeon: aesthetically vapid 
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Damien Hirst takes over Gagosian 

Is Hirst’s show ‘more relevant than ever’ or ‘insultingly bad’?
23 Apr 2021
Saudi crown prince ‘lobbied France to authenticate fake da Vinci’
The Salvator Mundi on display at Christies in 2017
Stranger than fiction

Saudi crown prince ‘lobbied France to authenticate fake da Vinci’

Upcoming documentary claims Louvre was urged to lie about world’s most expensive painting
12 Apr 2021
Art of Akris: Albert Kriemler meets Imi Knoebel
Albert Kriemler and Imi Knoebel for Akris
Behind the scenes

Art of Akris: Albert Kriemler meets Imi Knoebel

The duo dreamt up an Akris collection that is futuristic in fabrication and ease of wear
25 Mar 2021
Tyson Reeder talks Celine
Tyson Reeder artist interview
In Focus

Tyson Reeder talks Celine

The American artist collaborates with Hedi Slimane on The Dancing Kid
8 Mar 2021

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Art of the matter: Louis Vuitton and Urs Fischer unite
Urs Fischer in Los Angeles
The big interview

Art of the matter: Louis Vuitton and Urs Fischer unite

In an exclusive interview, Fischer ponders Louis Vuitton monograms and the work of an artist
4 Mar 2021
Get in on the new craze for digital art
Everydays – The First 5000 Days (2021) by Mike Winkelmann
In Focus

Get in on the new craze for digital art

Auction houses are hoping to lure the Reddit mob with the new medium
2 Mar 2021
Carbon apps, super shoes and VR art
van Gogh's Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat
Podcast

Carbon apps, super shoes and VR art

Can phones measure our carbon footprint? Is tech more important than sporting talent? And could we turn our homes into virtual art galleries?
26 Feb 2021
Art: the big exhibitions of 2021 in the UK
Paula Rego’s The Dance (1988): ‘Britain’s greatest living artist’?
In Focus

Art: the big exhibitions of 2021 in the UK

After the closures and cancellations of 2020, this year - Covid permitting - promises a wide range of major exhibitions
12 Jan 2021
Nine great Christmas gifts for adults
Jonathan Adler acrylic chess set
In Brief

Nine great Christmas gifts for adults

From chess sets to coffee machines here’s some perfect present ideas
8 Dec 2020
Tomo Koizumi: fashion’s king of ruffles
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In Depth

Tomo Koizumi: fashion’s king of ruffles

The art of big frills according to the Japanese maximalist
19 Nov 2020
Wollstonecraft statue condemned as ‘naked silver Barbie’
Statue of Mary Wollstonecraft in Newington Green, London
In Brief

Wollstonecraft statue condemned as ‘naked silver Barbie’

Maggi Hambling’s statue is intended to represent the feminist icon’s imagination
11 Nov 2020
La Bouche Rouge: sustainable luxury make-up
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In Depth

La Bouche Rouge: sustainable luxury make-up

French luxury beauty brand doesn’t believe in compromise when supporting the environment
12 Oct 2020
David Remfry: Hollywood puppy love at the Chelsea Hotel
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In Brief

David Remfry: Hollywood puppy love at the Chelsea Hotel

Portraits by the British-born painter celebrate the relationship between dogs and their owners
12 Oct 2020
Show me the Monet: buy a Banksy... if you have £5m to spare
Show me the Monet by Banksy
In Brief

Show me the Monet: buy a Banksy... if you have £5m to spare

Artist’s take on impressionist masterpiece is going under hammer at Sotheby’s
21 Sep 2020
September events guide: ten things to do across the UK
Crooks 1926 - COLAB Tavern
In Brief

September events guide: ten things to do across the UK

Immerse yourself in the 1920s underworld or bake a culinary masterpiece
7 Sep 2020
Museum calls on curators to enter battle of the bums
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In Brief

Museum calls on curators to enter battle of the bums

The competition has been welcomed by visitors unable to ‘ogle the buns’ in person
23 Jul 2020
Botched art restoration fuels calls for tighter regulation
Immaculate Conception of Los Venerables
In Brief

Botched art restoration fuels calls for tighter regulation

Conservationist claims politicians ‘don’t give a toss’ in wake of ‘Potato Madonna’ fiasco
23 Jun 2020
Paper perfectionist: couture of a different kind
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In Depth

Paper perfectionist: couture of a different kind

The delicate paper art of Paris-based creative Marianne Guély
7 May 2020
Interview: photographer Nick Knight
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In Depth

Interview: photographer Nick Knight

The revered fashion photographer on his passion for English garden roses
6 Apr 2020
What’s on this weekend? From Calm with Horses to Rick Stein
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In Review

What’s on this weekend? From Calm with Horses to Rick Stein

Your guide to what’s worth seeing and reading this weekend
13 Mar 2020
What’s on? Our House is on Fire to Toni Morrison
Greta Thunberg
In Depth

What’s on? Our House is on Fire to Toni Morrison

Your guide to what’s worth seeing and reading this weekend
6 Mar 2020
What’s on this weekend? David Copperfield to American Dirt
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In Review

What’s on this weekend? David Copperfield to American Dirt

Your guide to what’s worth seeing and reading this weekend
24 Jan 2020
The art market endures after a jittery 2019
Meules by Claude Monet
In Brief

The art market endures after a jittery 2019

Wealthy Americans step up to help calm the art market’s jitters
14 Jan 2020
What’s on this weekend? From Cats to A Christmas Carol
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In Review

What’s on this weekend? From Cats to A Christmas Carol

Your guide to what’s worth seeing and reading this weekend
20 Dec 2019
Las Vegas: America’s surprising new art destination
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In Review

Las Vegas: America’s surprising new art destination

18 Dec 2019
Moscow: contemporary art off the beaten track
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In Review

Moscow: contemporary art off the beaten track

29 Nov 2019
Where to find the best value in the art market today
Yayoi Kusama
In Brief

Where to find the best value in the art market today

It’s been a record-breaking ten years for the art market.
19 Nov 2019
What’s on this weekend? From His Dark Materials to Find Me
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In Review

What’s on this weekend? From His Dark Materials to Find Me

Your guide to what’s worth seeing and reading this weekend
1 Nov 2019
Modernising modern art
Rene Magritte’s L’Incorruptible
In Depth

Modernising modern art

Modern art, a key art movement, is undergoing a revamp
24 Oct 2019
Albrecht Dürer at The Albertina
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In Depth

Albrecht Dürer at The Albertina

24 Sep 2019
London Design Festival 2019 - highlights to look out for
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In Review

London Design Festival 2019 - highlights to look out for

With more than 400 events to choose from, visitors are spoilt for choice this year
17 Sep 2019