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The Week in Art podcast | Marlborough Gallery closes, Rose B. Simpson in New York, Caravaggio’s final painting

Looking back at the history of the pioneering dealership in post-war art, plus a thought-provoking new installation in Madison Square Park and Caravaggio's The Martyrdom of Saint Ursula

The Week in Art podcast | Inigo Philbrick and art world fraud, Hong Kong’s new security law, a Maharaja’s sword

Is a return for the disgraced art dealer that unthinkable? Plus, how Article 23 might impact the art sector, and a closer look at a royal weapon coming on show in London

Richard Serra remembered and an Expressionist art special

Donna De Salvo, senior adjunct curator of special projects at Dia Art Foundation, reflects on the work of the late American sculptor, plus we speak to the organisers of exhibitions of shows on Käthe Kollwitz and the Blue Rider group

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Ten artists receive €100,000 as winners of Chanel Next Prize 2024

The second edition of the biennial award, which acknowledges practitioners across art, film, theatre and more, also grants two years of mentorship and inclusion in a global networking programme

The 2024 Whitney Biennial: our review

Plus, an analysis of our museum visitor figures survey and a drawing by Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Mary Beard calls for National Trust to ‘loosen up’ in its handling of heritage

The historian, giving a lecture at London's Royal Society, argued that by taking a freer approach to its buildings and collections, the conservation charity could fend off populist critics

Keith Piper on tackling Tate Britain’s racist Whistler mural

Plus, the top takeaways from the new Art Basel/UBS report and a weaving by Anni Albers

UK Labour leader Keir Starmer pledges to turn the arts from a ‘luxury’ to a ‘necessity’

The head of the opposition party was speaking at the Labour Creatives Conference in London

Photography and feminist activism, Jacob Rothschild remembered and Robert Ryman

We speak to the curators of the South London Gallery's latest show and to our founding editor about the legacy one of the UK's leading philanthropists. We also discuss Robert Ryman's work Adelphi on show at the Musée de l’Orangerie

Non-profit art collaborative using craft to promote cross-border relations returns to Los Angeles

Ambos (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) has been working with communities on both sides of the US-Mexico border for nearly a decade

How has Frieze Los Angeles impacted the city’s art scene?

Plus, Angelica Kauffman at London’s Royal Academy and Matthew Wong’s response to a lost Van Gogh

In pictures: Frieze Los Angeles’s Focus section explores the notion of ‘ecologies’

Essence Harden, the curator of the section for young galleries, picks out some highlights

Ekow Eshun on the power of Black figuration and his new London show

Plus, 100 years of the Surrealist manifesto and Tonita Peña’s Eagle Dance

Kindred spirits: Van Gogh and Matthew Wong come together in Amsterdam show

The exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum will highlight the shared aesthetics and sensibilities between the two artists—while also making clear what sets them apart

Yoko Ono at Tate Modern: a closer look at ‘the world's most famous unknown artist’

Plus, Elton John‘s treasures at Christie’s and Factum Foundation’s reconstructed Roman colossus

Is censorship on the rise in the West?

Plus, Frank Auerbach at the Courtauld and an Indian painting from Howard Hodgkin’s collection

A new wave: spate of UK exhibitions signal growing recognition for Inuit and Sámi art

Shows in London, Southampton and St Ives are introducing a wider audience to the work of artists from the far north

Adriano Pedrosa unveils his plans for the 2024 Venice Biennale

Plus, the rise of immersive institutions and Barbara Kruger’s “Untitled (Forever)”

Tate Modern appoints two new curators in charge of Asia-Pacific art

The hires have been supported by the London-based non-profit Asymmetry Art Foundation

London's newest gallery seeks to combat a market obsessed with painting

The pair behind Palmer Gallery hope to be a “spiritual successor” to neighbouring Lisson Gallery by showing works that might struggle to get a commercial platform

Rewriting history? The fraught politics behind India's new Ram temple

Plus, the challenges facing the Old Master market and a lithograph by Honoré Daumier

UK public invited to join ‘largest ever exhibition of the nation’s hobbies’

The Hobby Cave, devised by the artist Hetain Patel and Artangel, will bring thousands of handcrafted objects together

Liverpool Biennial announces curator for 2025

Marie-Anne McQuay previously worked at the city's Bluecoat art centre, and currently holds positions including member of Arts Council Collection’s acquisitions committee

Rybolovlev vs Sotheby’s: a closer look at the epic court battle

Plus, Singapore's art scene and a photograph by Zanele Muholi

What to look out for in 2024: market predictions and must-see exhibitions

From the Venice Biennale to the Harlem Renaissance at the Met

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Tim Schneider, Jane Morris and Gareth Harris. Produced by David Clack, Julia Michalska and Alexander Morrison

The National Trust keeps its critics at bay for now, but will the populist threat return this year?

The UK conservation charity has rejected fresh attempts by the activist group Restore Trust to infiltrate its council, but those close to the issue feel the campaigns are likely far from over

John Akomfrah: the film-maker exposing the colonial adventures of microorganisms and more

The Venice Biennale-bound artist discusses his latest video work exploring the so-called Columbian exchange and tells us why his films owe a debt to cinema but are “rendered slightly strange”

East London's Vestry House Museum to undergo £4.5million redevelopment

The funds to reimagine the museum are part of a wider £17.2m Levelling Up allocation that will help to bolster the district's arts credentials

The Year in Review 2023: the biggest stories and the best shows

From the British Museum thefts to the consequences in art and heritage of the Israel-Hamas war

Hosted by Ben Luke. With guest speakers Louisa Buck and Benjamin Sutton. Produced by David Clack, Julia Michalska and Alexander Morrison
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In pictures: focus on Caribbean artists

María Elena Ortiz, curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, picks her favourite works at Art Basel in Miami Beach