Turner Prize shocker: what next? Plus, Teresita Fernández in Miami
We talk to Louisa Buck about the decision to award the Turner Prize to all of the nominees. Plus, Miami-born artist Teresita Fernández tells us about her homecoming show at Pérez Art Museum Miami. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793
Troy: the show and the problem with BP sponsorship
We talk about the myth and reality of Troy presented in the British Museum's show and to an activist about ongoing protests relating to fossil-fuel companies' sponsorship of the arts. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Togo opens ground-breaking arts centre in former colonial palace
Palais de Lomé is the west African country's first major contemporary art centre and is unique on the continent for being financed by the state
Dora Maar and Jann Haworth: acclaim at last
We take a tour of the Dora Maar show at London's Tate Modern, where the artist is finally getting her due, and talk to US artist Jann Haworth about her retrospective at Pallant House Gallery. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793
Leonardo at the Louvre: the spectacular show and the Salvator Mundi no-show
We speak to co-curator Vincent Delieuvin about the 13 years of research that went into the show and discuss the latest twist in the Salvator Mundi saga with author Ben Lewis. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793
Extinction Rebellion target Tate Modern
The climate activist group projected “Time’s up, act now” on the side of the London museum's chimney
'Issy Wood is one to watch': inside the collection of Raimund Berthold
We talk to the fashion designer about lending a work to the Old Vic theatre and how he dreams of buying the Beyeler's entire Stingel show
Ai Weiwei sends research team to Hong Kong as demonstrations continue
Speaking to the BBC, Chinese dissident artist says West is unlikely to interfere and he has 'no trust in Britain at all'
Top of the Pods: the world of Warhol, as told by Jeremy Deller and Donna De Salvo
With the Pop artist's blockbuster retrospective currently on show at SFMoMA, we delve into the life and legacy of the ever-popular painter with artist Jeremy Deller and curator Donna De Salvo. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Collector's Eye: Markus Hannebauer
The Berlin software entrepreneur tells us what he's bought and why he loves it
'Not good enough': Oscar Murillo criticises Tate over Frank Bowling exhibition
Turner Prize nominee says the retrospective should be bigger and more comprehensive
Should museums sell works of art? Plus, activism at the Whitney Biennial
After the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art's sale of its Rothko, we discuss the principles that guide deaccessioning in the US and speak to activists about the Whitney vice-chairman's problematic link to a weapons manufacturer
ReviewVenice Biennale 2019
Venice Biennale 2019: the must-see pavilions around the city
An indoor beach, Mongolian throat singing and ceramic vaginas—where to go beyond the Arsenale and Giardini
Venice Biennale special: our review. Plus, how much longer will the city survive?
Ben Luke and Jane Morris review the main exhibition and we speak to the artists Laure Prouvost and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster about their works in the show. Plus, we talk about climate change and the challenges Venice is facing as the surrounding waters rise. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
ReviewVenice Biennale 2019
Venice Biennale 2019: the must-see pavilions in the Arsenale
The former shipyards house many of the star national displays this year, here are some of the best
ReviewVenice Biennale 2019
Venice Biennale 2019: the must-see pavilions in the Giardini
From an aquatic odyssey to a guerrilla dance performance, here are the exhibitions we loved at the heart of the big event
Curator will plant 299 trees in Austrian football stadium in statement against climate change
Klaus Littmann was inspired by a dystopian drawing created more than 30 years ago
PreviewVenice Biennale 2019
Exhibitions during the Venice Biennale: a festival of painting
Among the many official “collateral” exhibitions connected to the Biennale and independently organised shows, painting is noticeably abundant
The Notre Dame fire: what happens next? Plus, Cold War Steve
We talk about the effects of the fire at Notre Dame, the building’s history, and what happens next. And we speak to satirical artist Christopher Spencer, the man behind Cold War Steve. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
NewsCathedral of Notre Dame
France launches international architecture competition to rebuild Notre Dame's collapsed spire
French Prime Minister wants to crown the building with a “spire adapted to the techniques and challenges of our times”
‘Like being married to a serial killer’: Hito Steyerl denounces Sackler sponsorship of museums
German artist urges art world to rally against cultural funding from embattled family at opening of her show at Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Sackler sponsorship: take it or leave it? Plus, museum visitor figures
We examine the growing unease among British museums about accepting money from Sackler family members linked to the sale of the opioid OxyContin, and look at 2018's most visited shows and museums with Met director Max Hollein. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
NewsThree to see
Three exhibitions to see in Hong Kong this week
From Tishan Hsu's family photographs at Empty Gallery to a group show on violence set inside a former police station
Art Basel in Hong Kong, Richard Lin and the Met’s World Between Empires
We talk to Marc Spiegler, global director of Art Basel; discuss the forgotten artist Richard Lin; and speak to the curators of a New York exhibition on the ancient Middle East. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Shortlist for inaugural Sigg Prize announced
Six artists in line for Uli Sigg’s $64,000 Chinese contemporary art prize
Five minutes with… Lorraine Kiang Malingue on the Asian art market
Dealer tells us about the challenges of running a space in Shanghai’s West Bund and how the gallery keeps up with the growing competition
Collector's Eye: an interview with Haryanto Adikoesoemo
Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why
Six exhibitions to see during Art Basel in Hong Kong
Escape fairtigue with gallery shows across the city, from Mary Corse and Louise Bourgeois to Tishan Hsu and Richard Lin
David Bailey in focus, plus Picasso biographer John Richardson remembered
We meet the photographer David Bailey at his London studio to discuss his new book and we talk with Gijs van Hensbergen about John Richardson, who died aged 95 last week. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Antony Gormley at the Uffizi, plus portrait miniatures
We talk to the British artist as he shows his sculptures with ancient works in the Florentine museum, and we zoom in on the tiny art works that are the subject of a major show London's National Portrait Gallery. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Tracey Emin on mourning and #MeToo; George Shaw on realism and Rembrandt
We talk to Tracey Emin as her new show at White Cube opens. And we speak to George Shaw, whose exhibition has arrived at the Holburne Museum after its stint in the US. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Ruskin and Gombrich: revisiting two art historical heavyweights
Amid a wealth of events celebrating the bicentenary of John Ruskin’s birth we reconsider the breadth of his achievements. Plus, we talk to two experts in E.H. Gombrich. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Sisters are painting it for themselves: meet the female Old Masters finding prominence at last
We speak to curators Letizia Treves and Jordana Pomeroy about the growing trend to bring historical female artists to the fore. Plus, Kate MacGarry tells us about participating in Condo London. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
AnalysisThe Year In Review
From counting muddles to collective cuddles: the art world's highs and lows of 2018
The people, places and things that had a year to remember—or to forget
Olafur Eliasson on climate change. Plus, Art Basel in Miami Beach
The artist tells us about bringing ice blocks to London, we discuss the threat of sea level rise on heritage sites, and trace the changing cultural landscape of Miami. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
'What on earth is going on with Earth?' Olafur Eliasson on bringing ice blocks to London
The Danish-Icelandic artist tells The Art Newspaper podcast about the latest iteration of Ice Watch and why climate change refugees should automatically get passports from well-off states