Caroline Roux


Ellsworth Kelly retrospective in Paris celebrates artist’s handling of shape, colour and feeling

The exhibition brings together more than 100 works spanning Kelly’s entire career—and highlights the importance of the viewer to his practice

Paris's Grand Palais to reopen as temporary home to Olympics and Centre Pompidou

For the first time since 1937, visitors will be able to pass right through the cavernous nave of the Art Nouveau masterpiece

Daniel Buren takes a world tour with a series of commissions at luxury hotels from Rio de Janeiro to Tuscany

The veteran artist, famous for his bright colours, is creating site-specific installations at hotels this summer

Film preview

Ghosts in the streets: Steve McQueen documentary delves into the Nazi occupation of Amsterdam

The four-hour film, shot mostly during the Covid-19 pandemic, opens in the US on Christmas Day

How to turn a flour mill into a world-class museum: architect Alejandro Aravena on his mammoth Qatar project

Chile-based practise Elemental is tasked with turning the former grain plant into an institution fit for Doha’s desert environment

Jenny Holzer highlights the ‘sheer murderousness’ of Louise Bourgeois’s work in unique collaboration

Show at the Kunstmuseum Basel brings together text works by the late artist in a year that will see three major Bourgeois exhibitions

‘We want to have romances with many people’: art space focused on forging alliances to open in New York

The Center for Art, Research and Alliances, or CARA, will launch in June with a series of public events at its West Village headquarters

Back to nature: the design world ups its sustainability game

Under the theme of “Human Kind”, the works on show at Design Miami are focused on diversity in all its forms

Come for the art, stay for the night at collector's south of France foundation

Provençal offshoot of Hubert Bonnet’s Brussels art space doubles as a five-room guest house


LUMA Arles: boundary-breaking creative campus opens in the south of France with a glittering Gehry jewel in its crown

The initiative aims to collapse the boundaries between art, culture, human rights and environmental issues

In partnership withLUMA Arles

Richard Rogers-designed drawing gallery hangs dramatically off a French hillside

One of the architect’s final commissions before his retirement is the newest addition to the art- and architecture-studded Chateau La Coste vineyard in southern France

Superblue experiential art centre to launch in Miami this December

New commercial venture aims to capitalise on the rise of immersive artworks by selling tickets rather than objects

Design Miami is a real glass act

The material is hot at the design fair, where the line between decorative and fine art is becoming increasingly blurred

London Design Festival: meet the designers pushing us to take action on the world's big issues

We take a look at artists tackling environmental and social issues through large-scale, experimental works