Jane Morris is an editor-at-large of The Art Newspaper and a consultant at Cultureshock. She writes for many titles including The Art Newspaper, Monocle and the Economist. She was the editor of The Art Newspaper for almost a decade. She is a former head of publications at the Museums Association, and was a judge of the European Museum of the Year Award. She has contributed to Radio 3, Radio 4 and Monocle 24 radio, and has written for national newspapers including The Guardian and The Independent.
The art world in 2023: market predictions, big shows and museum openings
Galleries bring out their prized works for first Tefaf Maastricht since pandemic—but sales are slower than usual
Dealers say that the two-year gap between the Dutch fair's editions has helped galleries to bring higher quality works
Documenta 15: why is the show so scandalous?
‘The key to successful collecting is studying art history’: philanthropist Marguerite Steed Hoffman on what she collects and why
The art adviser and major donor to the Dallas Museum of Art says she is currently drawn to antiquities—and is too old school for NFTs
The best of the Venice Biennale: our critics’ review
Plus, artists Francis Alÿs, Sonia Boyce, Shubigi Rao and Na Chainkua Reindorf on their national pavilion shows; and a Bellini masterpiece
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
It’s a wrap: Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s final fabric project unveiled in Paris
2019: the year in review
Museum ethics. Plus, the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Danish exhibition explores the art of porn
Show at Aros includes works by pioneering feminists Carolee Schneemann and Betty Tompkins as well as a controversial Surrealist work by Wilhelm Freddie
Venice Biennale special: our review. Plus, how much longer will the city survive?
Ben Luke and Jane Morris review the main exhibition and we speak to the artists Laure Prouvost and Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster about their works in the show. Plus, we talk about climate change and the challenges Venice is facing as the surrounding waters rise. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Carolyn Christov-Barkargiev on the opening of the Cerruti Villa and its $600m, 'near-secret' collection
The house and collection of Turinese collector Francesco Federico Cerruti will go on show this week
Why is the Venice Biennale still so important?
Historical importance, glamour, big spenders—it continues to be an art festival like no other
Dia show aims to place Charlotte Posenenske firmly among stars of minimalist sculpture
It is the first large-scale US exhibition of the German artist's work
2019: art market predictions and the best events
From Brexit worries to emerging trends, we look ahead at what to expect from the art market this year. Plus, our correspondents pick the must-see exhibitions, fairs and festivals. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
Ralph Rugoff on the Hayward Gallery’s half-century and the art of curating
How will his views on audiences and exhibition-making shape the 2019 Venice Biennale?
Podcast episode 39: All about the biennials
We talk to Sally Tallant, the artistic director of the Liverpool Biennial, about the 10th edition opening next week. And Jane Morris, an editor-at-large of The Art Newspaper, joins Ben Luke to discuss “peak biennial”
From Y2K to Tor: new show explores how artists make sense of the internet
Exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is one of the largest to tackle the subject so far in the US
Is the biennial model busted?
Riga, Bangkok, São Paulo—every modern city wants a biennial. But is this good for contemporary art? Leading curators join the hot debate
Podcast episode 32: David Chipperfield on the new Royal Academy
The Academy’s £56m project opens, with subtle additions and revamps by the British architect. Chipperfield talks about the subtleties of architecture, the RA’s chief executive Charles Saumarez Smith discusses funding and the quirks of the institution and we review the buildings and its displays with Jane Morris.
Romanticism show surveys landscapes of northern Europe
First major exhibition of its kind includes Turner and Friedrich as well as less familiar “Romantics”
A day in the life of… a Tefaf vetter
Maastricht is famous for its tough vetting procedures, but what is it really like to be on the fair’s expert team?
Art in the age of the internet: from democracy and dialogue to a new dystopia
One of the largest historical surveys in the US traces the history of the world wide web
The American Dream and its powerful imagery questioned in the era of fake news
Exhibition in Germany includes works by major US artists from the 1960s until today
Flipping, freeports and fakers: the commodification of fine art
Second volume of Georgina Adam’s analysis of the art market looks at the darker side of the trade
Podcast episode 13: the dark side of the art market
The year in art: taking stock of Documenta, the Venice Biennale and Münster Sculpture Projects
Did the grand tour hit the mark?