Ben Luke is a contributing editor and podcast host at The Art Newspaper
Are visitors finally returning to museums? We dive into our latest visitor figures survey
Simone Leigh reprises Venice Biennale success for US touring show
The homecoming tour for the artist’s presentation in Venice last year begins at the ICA Boston
A brush with... Matthew Krishanu
Hong Kong is back with bang: Art Basel returns and M+ museum makes waves
Remembering Phyllida Barlow, one of the most significant, and original, British artists of recent years
The sculptor, erudite and irreverent, was known for the power and scale of her site-specific installations
'Public sculptures are tricky to get right: would making them temporary help?'
Public art is often lauded for bringing art out of hallowed gallery spaces and inviting everyone to see and opine on it. But it’s also fiendishly difficult to do well
Inside the 'biggest art fraud in history': what the alleged mass forgery tells us about the market for First Nations art in Canada
Old Masters in Maastricht: What does Tefaf tell us about the market for historic art?
'The NFT bubble has popped, but there’s still untapped potential in digital art'
Artists have long mined cyberspace for inspiration, as two current exhibitions underscore
NFTs crashed last year—does Art Dubai fair show signs of a ‘Crypto Spring’?
Degas and Manet’s ‘mix of friendship and rivalry’ chronicled in major new show
Despite disagreements and a spot of canvas slashing, it was one of the most significant relationships in art history—as a new exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris demonstrates
Nigeria’s pivotal election: what's the future of art and culture in the country?
A brush with... Amy Sillman
Turkey-Syria earthquake: the race to save damaged heritage sites
A brush with... Joan Jonas
Vermeer special: the man, the show and an attribution debate
A brush with... Haroon Mirza
What will happen to Ukraine's museum collections after the war?
A brush with... Tess Jaray
Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton: the enduring allure of art and luxury
The Van Gogh Sunflowers lawsuit: the full story behind the Nazi-loot claim to Tokyo’s $250m painting
The art world in 2023: market predictions, big shows and museum openings
Not everyone is celebrating Picasso’s big anniversary—that makes it more exciting
A series of exhibitions marking the 50th anniversary of the Spanish artist's death includes a show curated by comedian and Picasso-hater Hannah Gadsby
The Year in Art: We take a look at 2022’s biggest stories—and what they mean
A brush with... Alicja Kwade
Parthenon Marbles: is a breakthrough in sight?
A brush with... Nick Cave
The last hurrah? Art world excess at Art Basel Miami Beach
James Baldwin and Doris Salcedo's Turbine Hall chasm: Gilane Tawadros on her greatest influences
The Whitechapel Gallery director tells us about her favourite writer, what she has been watching recently, and the cultural experience that changed the way she sees the world
Be ultra-wary of the ultra-contemporary: a triumph of hot air over real value
An unquenchable thirst for a certain set of young artists—with the eye-popping price-tags to match—is creating a pressure they are inevitably unable to meet