Hannah McGivern

Kiki Kogelnik: the 'secret' Austrian Pop artist who made out-of-this-world art

An exhibition at Pace in London wants to introduce an international audience to the artist's multi-faceted output, which drew on sci-fi, space exploration and consumer society

Alexandra Pirici's celebratory science experiment goes on show in Berlin

Live performances and sculptural installations at the Hamburger Bahnhof take inspiration from biochemistry and Ursula K. Le Guin

Macabre wax models take limelight in Florence museum

La Specola reopens, displaying its realistic 18th- and 19th-century corpse stand-ins

Acquisitions round-up: Louvre acquires Jean-Siméon Chardin's Basket of Wild Strawberries after fundraising campaign

Plus, Morel cup enters the Musée d'Orsay and non-profit Joy of Giving Something gifts photography collection to Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

'I am looking forward to works that resonate with the concept of blackness': Wu Tiejun on his hopes for Art Basel Hong Kong

The founder of Nanjing’s Deji Art Museum describes his approach to collecting and his love of Taihu stones

Acquisitions round-up: Cleveland museum buys a sumptuous 16th-century wooden carving, once part of an altarpiece

Plus, the UK’s first permanent public sculpture by a Black female artist goes to Warwick University, and National Gallery of Art lands a collection of 20 shadow boxes by Joseph Cornell

Sneak preview: Asian pavilions at the 2024 Venice Biennale

Decomposing fruit, a scent-diffusing figurine and a fantasy dragon ship are just some of the works that explore themes of identity, migration and memory at the prestigious event this year

How Constantin Brâncuși shaped the course of sculpture in the 20th century

The Centre Pompidou in Paris is staging a huge exhibition of the Romanian artist’s work with a “lively and joyful” thematic hang

Acquisitions round-up: the Städel Museum in Frankfurt shows off its Honoré Daumier bequest

Plus, Olmec statuette becomes Kimbell Art Museum’s “most significant work of ancient American art” and Madrid’s Museo del Romanticismo buys an early Goya

In Arles, Lee Ufan, ‘the man in the middle’, finds a lasting home

The Korean-born artist says he was drawn to the southern French city’s ancient roots as a fitting place for his work

Acquisitions round-up: stained glass window by Tiffany’s greatest female designer finds new home at the Met

Plus, last Donatello in private hands is sold to Bargello and Courtauld’s Claudette Johnson purchase helps demarginalise Black women

Raac and ruin: museums search for unsafe concrete—but can they afford repairs?

Institutions are scrambling to identify whether their buildings contain the potentially dangerous material

Two overlooked Asian artists who left a mark on Modern British art celebrated with UK exhibitions

The lives and work of Singaporean-British sculptor Kim Lim and the Chinese artist and poet Li Yuan-chia will be explored at the Hepworth Wakefield and Kettle’s Yard

‘We wanted to test if people can still perceive the space’: the architect behind Art Week Tokyo's pop-up bar

Suzuko Yamada on reducing a bar down to its bare essentials, her vision for architecture and her favourite drinking spot in Tokyo.

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Acquisitions round-up: Paula Rego abortion etchings acquired by New York's MoMA and Metropolitan Museum of Art

Plus, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco gain a major collection of American art and the Rijksmuseum acquires recently restituted silver salt cellars

There is more to the female figures in Peter Paul Rubens’s paintings than being ‘Rubenesque’

An exhibition at London's Dulwich Picture Gallery will look at the “varied and important place occupied by women” in the life and work of the Flemish Baroque master

Special report: Funding cuts and weak economy send UK’s visual arts into crisis

From regional galleries becoming “unsustainable” to brutal cuts to funding of museums, galleries and arts and humanities education, the sector is in an increasingly perilous state

Natural History Museum: how the UK's most popular museum is trying to prevent humanity going the way of the dinosaurs

The London institution is putting a five-acre garden development and climate science at the forefront of its educational programming

In partnership withArt Fund Museum of the Year 2023

'Untenable': why the Jewish Museum London is closing its Camden site

The museum plans to find a “pop-up” location by next year before reopening in a permanent venue in 2032

Take a magical mystery tour of Remedios Varo's surreal paintings in major new exhibition

A survey show at the Art Institute of Chicago brings together the Spanish Mexican artist’s extraordinary paintings and reveals new insights about their creation

Epic drama: six of the best works in Art Basel's Unlimited section for large-scale art

Curator Giovanni Carmine walks us through some of his favourites for this edition

US art museums generate $52bn in well-being benefits annually, study finds

Every museum visit produces $905 in social benefits per visitor, according to a study conducted at 11 art institutions

Stormzy, Doreen Lawrence and Lucy Bronze: National Portrait Gallery reopens with a focus on the new faces of Britain

After a three-year closure and £41m redevelopment, the London institution aims to better acknowledge the UK’s history and diverse population

Picasso show co-curated by comedian and self-confessed ‘hater’ Hannah Gadsby will dig into complexity of artist’s legacy

The Brooklyn Museum exhibition aims to “create a space for these conversations to happen” rather than “cancel” the artist

How Lavinia Fontana went from ‘prospect’ to first professional woman artist

An exhibition of the 16th-century Italian painter at the National Gallery of Ireland tells the story of her unique circumstances and reveals the results of a recently restored work

Acquisitions round-up: Kehinde Wiley’s The Two Sisters goes on show at Cincinnati Art Museum

Our pick of the latest gifts and purchases to enter institutional collections worldwide