The controversial Chris Ofili

Published online: 30 October 2014

Spanish masters come to Texas

Works by El Greco, Goya, Braque and Picasso included in the first US show of the privately owned Abelló Collection, only recently revealed to the public in Madrid

Published online: 30 October 2014

Picasso: ready for his close-up

The biographer John Richardson talks about the artist’s love for the camera

Published online: 29 October 2014

Biennial blow-out in the Big Easy

Published online: 28 October 2014

Contemporary artists flock to the opera

The Metropolitan Opera has commissioned TJ Wilcox, George Condo and others to create trailers for its productions

Published online: 27 October 2014

Tullio’s Adam returns to view at the Met

The marble nude that smashed to pieces 12 years ago has finally been restored

Published online: 23 October 2014

Eleventh-hour settlement all but secures Detroit’s art

The safety of the DIA’s collection is close to hand after a deal is reached with the bankrupt city’s biggest creditor

Published online: 22 October 2014

Buffalo’s jewel-box art museum to grow

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery is planning its first expansion in 50 years

Published online: 22 October 2014

Interview: Camille Henrot, life, the universe and everything

The French artist’s film in Prospect 3 reflects her fascination with the human quest for control over the natural world

Published online: 21 October 2014

A better Prospect for African-American artists

In reflecting New Orleans’s racial mix, the biennial is breaking the mould

Published online: 21 October 2014

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