Collector interview: Peter Fay, Australia’s champion of the outsider
The collector of works that are knotty, passionate, perverse and deeply personal talks about his tastes and his gift to the nation
John Richardson's "Sacred monsters, sacred masters", a vision of the idiosyncratic personalities that left their mark on the art world
John Richardson’s insights into the great artists and collectors of the last century
Deal struck with the Banca del Gottardo will put Guggenheim's vision for Venice satellite into motion
The money will be divided between improvements to the original Peggy Guggenheim Collection and a feasibility study for the Foundation’s expansion
Hippy, dippy and hi-tech: New and old videos by Pipilotti Rist
Rist is the subject of solo exhibitions in Utrecht and Madrid
The appeal of the surreal comes to Tate in massive new Surrealism show
It will be the first major exhibition devoted to Surrealism in over 20 years
Can drawings produced in concentration camps be works of art or are they Holocaust documents?
A new exhibition looks at works produced by artists while detained by the Nazis
Putting Matisse and Picasso back in the ring at Tate Modern
Matisse wanted his art to be like a comfortable easy chair, while Picasso preferred to think of art as a weapon. But did these statements correspond with reality?