Jane Morris

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 fine line between drawing and photography

Two-venue exhibition in London examines the rarely-explored relationship between the two media

Mona Hatoum at Tate Modern: the art of war in our time

Lebanon-born artist tackles world politics but the intimate and the personal shine brightest

Tate photo show gives insight into ‘the vision of the new Tate Modern’

Performing for the Camera is an in-depth survey of the photography of performance

The Year in Review: from idealism to iconoclasm

As The Art Newspaper marks its 25th anniversary, the optimistic world of 1989 has given way to a more troubled age

Expert eye: Jeremy Deller picks out his favourite works from Frieze Masters

British artist, who represented Britain at the Venice Biennale of 2013, has much to say about an eclectic selection of art

What you can buy at Frieze for less than £10,000

Contrary to popular belief, it's not all about seven-figure sums


Taste, sound, smell: have curators gone too far?

Two galleries recently staged shows that engaged other senses as well as vision. Our editor and a technology writer disagree on their merits

Seven of the best in Design Miami/Basel's 10th edition

The Art Newspaper's editor picks her selection from this year's fair&nbsp;<br>

Reacting to the present

From 19th-century nationalist preoccupations to 21st-century outsiders, the Venice Biennale has always reflected the here and now—and this year is no exception


Pinchuk pleads for calm amidst Ukraine violence

Billionaire art collector encourages peaceful compromise


"Silver, Wine, Art and Gold" is a proper asset class

Joe Roseman, former head of economics at Moore Capital and author of Swag: Alternative Assets for the Coming Decade

Art Baselarchive

Art Basel hosts few changes, but quality remains

A 'more selective' preview is planned for this year to avoid last year's melee, but many of the same faces have returned

Art Basel Miami Beach 2011 makes the art its sole priority

The public programme includes a sculpture park and videos screened on Frank Gehry’s New World Center

Sonic sparring and sound Clashes: Interview with Anri Sala

Inspired by punk, Anri Sala’s video art stages a musical battle with time


Interview with Nicholas Serota: The importance of curating Gerhard Richter

The latest exhibition he has curated opened just last week at Tate Modern, “Gerhard Richter: Panorama”

Art fairsarchive

The Art Show fair report: Setting a sophisticated tone

Collectors queue to view classic modern and contemporary works

TEFAF '10 fair report: Galleries bring out their best for Maastricht fair

Art and antiques fair builds on last year’s success of attracting high-spending collectors with a new section devoted to works on paper

Mystery over who made the “Francis Bacon” rugs

New research poses more questions than answers over possible attributions for items that were withdrawn from March sale

Exchange scheme for Emirati women artists

Sheikha Manal Al Maktoum launched the program yesterday

Art's Most Popular: Single work by Leonardo attracts over 10,000 Japanese viewers a day

For the fourth year the Tokyo National Museum has the highest exhibition attendance, but is only 17th in our list of the most visited museums last year

Portrait of Bacon’s lover to be auctioned

Isabel Rawsthorne diptych on the block at Sotheby's

Australian collectors build their own museums

New museums in Sydney and Tasmania are in the works

Art fairsarchive

Bâlelatina: Latin American art fair based in Basel to expand

The fair's new director announces intention to further represent the diversity of Latin American creatives

Former fugitive opens decorative arts gallery

Roberto Polo, once the toast of Paris, returns in style