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‘I felt I was pushing myself’—Monica Lewinsky on why she sat for Marilyn Minter

The White House intern who hit the headlines in the 1990s says she gave up her 'portrait virginity' to the provocative New York-based artist


Free tickets for Yayoi Kusama M+ show get students talking about mental health

Kusama has lived as a voluntary resident at a mental health hospital in Tokyo for more than four decades


Keeping it real—fashion supremo Erdem Moralıoğlu is fascinated by museum conservation

The designer consulted restorers at the National Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum and Tate Britain for his latest collection


Philippines tattoo artist is a Vogue cover star—at the age of 106

Apo Whang-Od hand taps tattoos on Gen Z tourists using a thorn dipped in soot

Real Housewives of Art Basel in Miami Beach: reality tv hits the art world

Beginning with an Apprentice-style dating show, a flurry of television shows will follow the lives of affluent dealers as they navigate the choppy waters of the art world


Rand Abdul Jabbar wins the second Richard Mille Art Prize

Artist was awarded the $60,000 prize in a ceremony at the Louvre Abu Dhabi


Lego Lilies? Ai Weiwei recreates Monet's giant masterpiece

Reinterpreted "Water Lilies"—with the addition of a mysterious dark door—debuts at London's Design Museum in April


'Pretty little thing ain’tcha?' Art critic John Berger played Cockney gangster in a Grand Theft Auto game

Author of Ways of Seeing did some impromptu voice acting for the violent video game after recording in the same studio

We're hiring! Associate Digital Editor, London office

The Art Newspaper is looking for an experienced digital editor to join its London team


British artist Jake Chapman makes a mockery of Prince Harry's memoir

"Spare prick at a royal wedding" series remakes the front cover of the headline-hitting book


The Art Newspaper is looking for a Senior Editor, Museums (New York)

An exciting opportunity has opened up for a talented art journalist to join our US team


Crunch time: the day Roald Dahl spoke to Francis Bacon about the threat of censorship

“There must be no changes to an artist’s original work when he is dead for any reason whatsoever,” Bacon said


Vermeer reality TV show brings back to life painter's missing masterpieces

A hit in The Netherlands, "The New Vermeer" challenges artists to recreate works from a wide variety of materials—including Lego


Pestle or dildo? Six-inch wooden implement may be a Roman sex toy, say academics

Artefact may “be the first known sex object from the Roman Empire” according to new research