NewsFake or Fortune?
Sculpture knocked over by cat revealed as authentic Giacometti, which sold for £500,000 at Christie's
Featured on the BBC's Fake or Fortune TV show, the sculptor's Tête qui regarde was badly repaired after it was felled by a family feline
Tributes for the art historian Sister Wendy Beckett who has died, aged 88
Her unscripted commentaries on Rembrandt, Monet and Leonardo da Vinci turned her into an unlikely television star
BlogDiary of an art historian
Do not allow art to cleanse crimes
The art world has yet to tackle issues around works like Picasso’s $115m child-prostitute portrait
What was it like to conduct Marcel Duchamp's only live television interview?
Fifty years on, Joan Bakewell remembers speaking to the pioneering artist for the BBC, shortly before his death
FeatureMedia & broadcast
Civilisations: how the BBC's new series takes on Kenneth Clark's legacy
Documentary breaks with many of the assumptions in the art historian’s seminal series, but it also owes a great deal to it