Corinna Kirsch

Art teachers 'paid the same as McDonald’s workers'

Artists join campaign that pushes for minimum-wage hike

Facing the realities of virtual reality

Immersive video is inspiring artists—but getting to grips with the technology can be tricky

Art teachers caught in crossfire over university sexual-assault debate

Freedom of expression at centre of lawsuit claiming that professor’s advice was “harassment”

New York's non-profits face homelessness

Some of Manhattan's long-standing art spaces are being pushed out by luxury developments

Website launching this week aims to make collecting digital art easier

Daata Editions commissions original sound, video and online works of art

California’s capital city pooh-poohs Koons’s $8m piglet

Work commissioned under Percent for Art causes controversy as the public and politicians across the US criticise the scheme

Online auctions: in a permanent revolution until someone gets it right

Sotheby’s has launched its third model, back in tandem with eBay, while its numerous competitors are trying many different methods to grow internet sales


Will Obama’s ‘middle-class economics’ hit inherited art?

Proposed tax reforms could make the rich feel less well-off—and less likely to spend on art