Ben Luke is the Review editor and podcast host at The Art Newspaper
The Year Ahead: the best exhibitions to look forward to in 2022
From NFTs to LFTs: 2021's biggest art stories—and what they mean
The Art Newspaper team picks apart this year’s most important developments, from demands for colonial restitution to the return of culture wars
A brush with... Kehinde Wiley
Disney at the Met—but is it art?
A brush with... Isaac Julien
The Big Review: 'Georg Baselitz—The Retrospective' at the Centre Pompidou in Paris
The German painter has made a clear mark with his brutal expression and upended motifs. But what is his legacy?
From the Uyghur Tribunals to a groundbreaking exhibition on slavery—we look back on 2021's most seismic cultural moments through The Week in Art podcast
Each week The Art Newspaper reflects on how big geopolitical developments affect different realms of art and heritage
Art fairs: how did they begin and where are they going?
A brush with... Pablo Bronstein
Fraud: the case of Inigo Philbrick
A brush with... Candice Breitz
Big money, new collectors: the low-down on the New York auctions
A brush with... Billie Zangewa
M+ finally opens in Hong Kong—but is it censoring its displays?
'A silence like you’ve never heard before': Sarah Sze on Zen temples in Kyoto, Zadie Smith and Chopin's Nocturnes
The American sculptor and installation artist on Velázquez, Emily Dickinson and what she learnt from living in Japan for a year
Matthew Krishanu: ‘What you’re looking for, when you’re building something out of nothing, is recognition, familiarity’
As a number of exhibitions open internationally, the British-Indian artist discusses his poetic paintings drawing on familial memory and imperial history, grief and suffering
As details of the £120m 'Brexit Festival' emerge, will it inspire the UK, or be the Johnson government‘s Millennium Dome?
Unboxed promises plenty of "immersion". But in what, exactly?
'It's more than just queering the canon': artist Doron Langberg on his latest works
As he opens his first solo show in London, the Israeli-born painter discusses his intimate, often explicit images of queer love, and his engagement with art history
Contemporary art meets Ancient Egypt: new sculptures at the Pyramids of Giza
Is Paris really taking London’s art crown?
Six of the best experimental works by emerging artists at Frieze London
We take a tour around the Focus section of the art fair
Can the art world really change its wasteful ways?
'When painters are old, they do their worst painting': Hervé Télémaque on colonialism, cartoons and a deep love of literature
As a new show on opens at the Serpentine Galleries, the Haitian artist discusses his move away from racist 1960s New York and "decorative" late Abstract Expressionism
Jasper Johns: a radical look at a colossus of post-war American art
A brush with... Thomas J Price
Could an equivalent of wrapping the Arc de Triomphe happen in the UK? Not likely under our current leadership
Christo's posthumously realised project benefitted from France having a mature understanding of the importance of culture
All glitz and glamour? Hollywood’s new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
A brush with... Sarah Sze
It’s a wrap: Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s final fabric project unveiled in Paris
A brush with... Tacita Dean
'I was always fascinated by the paintings of Goya': Philippe Parreno on his new video work at the Beyeler
The French-Algerian artist discusses how Goya’s Black Paintings provided inspiration for his latest piece in Switzerland
Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend
CCA Derry~Londonderry: a lifeline for artists in isolation on both sides of Ireland's border
The Centre for Contemporary Art filled the lockdown gap with online conversations and social media takeovers
Should the art world boycott China over its treatment of Uyghur people?
A brush with... Philippe Parreno
The state of painting now
Afghanistan: the threat of the Taliban to artists and heritage
Museums seeking to address their racial imbalances could learn from London's Institute of Contemporary Arts
The ICA's exhibition on the police killing of Mark Duggan was unflinching and shows how an institution should handle such a fraught issue
A brush with... Glenn Ligon
A brush with... Alberta Whittle
A brush with... Tino Sehgal
A brush with... Oscar Murillo
Great women in art history make a comeback: the New Woman at the Met and Aware in Paris
A brush with... Ellen Gallagher
T.S Eliot and tinnitus: Philip Hoare on his biggest cultural influences
The writer tells us about his favourite books, artists and music
Should the Science Museum stop taking money from oil companies?
A brush with... Julian Opie
Frank Gehry on LUMA Arles: ‘I kept thinking about what the light was like for Van Gogh’
The distinguished architect talks about his new structure in France, a tower clad in 11,000 shimmering stainless-steel tiles, influenced by the light, landscape and historic architecture—and Vincent van Gogh
What's the point of art prizes?
The trend for awards to be shared among all the shortlisted artists reflects the current political climate, but it might be time to do away with them all together
Slavery: the groundbreaking Dutch exhibition confronting colonial history
When makers take the mic: the rise of the artist-hosted podcast
Carrie Mae Weems and Emma Cousin are behind two of the latest podcasts to feature artists in conversation with artists
A brush with...Cristina Iglesias
Hackneyed old Hockney: Museums need to be courageous, even in survival mode
This is the moment to ask for fresh ideas and give space to artists more deserving of exposure—so why has the Royal Academy given its main galleries to iPad 'paintings'?
Guerrilla Girls: corrupt museum boards, the female nude and NFTs
A brush with... Michael Rakowitz
Classicist Mary Beard on the infamous Roman emperor Nero
Viking-age treasure: new insights into life 1,000 years ago
Our critic's choice of London Gallery Weekend shows: Central
It's not just blue-chip galleries that have made our list of top exhibitions to see in central London where the city-wide event kicks off on 4 June
Our critics' choice of London Gallery Weekend: East
Powerful acts of defiance including a skull rack that will disappear in the London weather among Fourth Plinth proposals
Nicole Eisenmann, Samson Kambalu, Goshka Macuga, Ibrahim Mahama, Teresa Margolles and Paloma Varga Weisz are presenting their plans for Trafalgar Square in an exhibition at the National Gallery