Podcast episode 24: Mural-gazing with the Dalai Lama, plus Michael Rakowitz
We speak to Thomas Laird about his new book on the murals of Tibet and to Michael Rakowitz about his fourth plinth commission unveiled next week
Podcast episode 23: The death of Venice?
Salvatore Settis on the moral revival that could save Italy's sinking city, plus Tacita Dean on her three major London shows
Podcast episode 22: the genius of Picasso
We take a tour of Tate Modern's blockbuster and explore the strength of Picasso's market
Podcast episode 21: Photography special—from Victorian pioneers to 2018 prize contenders
We meet the men and women behind three fascinating but very different exhibitions of lens-based art
Podcast episode 20: Yes to Picasso, no to Van Gogh—inside the Rockefellers’ collection
We talk to the American dynasty’s historian about David and Peggy Rockefeller’s tastes, and explore the funding crisis at Glasgow’s Transmission Gallery
Podcast episode 19: celebrating Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele on the centenary of their deaths
A look at the life and art of the two Austrian greats as shows open marking their 100th anniversary. And the New Museum Triennial is reviewed.
Podcast episode 18: What's the future for ivory antiques?
We explore what new ivory regulations will mean for the art world and meet the 2017 Election Artist Cornelia Parker
Podcast episode 17: Real or fake? The suspicious Russian avant-garde show in Ghent
Expert on Russian art Simon Hewitt discusses developments in The Art Newspaper's current cover story, plus we explore an unusual collaboration at Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Podcast episode 16: Charles I at the Royal Academy—an exhibition fit for a king
We pick apart the latest smash hit show to open in London with art historian Bendor Grosvenor, then complete our 2018 preview with a look at the big exhibitions coming to the US this year
In pictures: the Hayward Gallery opens with Andreas Gursky
Highlights of the upcoming photography exhibition by the German photographer
Podcast episode 15: What will 2018 hold for the art world?
We are at the London Art Fair speaking to Georgina Adam about her art market predictions and to Louisa Buck about the top shows and artists to keep on your radar this year
Podcast episode 13: the dark side of the art market
Former editor of the The Art Newspaper Jane Morris speaks to Georgina Adam about her new book Dark Side of the Boom and the art world's less savoury side
Podcast episode 12: Old Masters after the Leonardo and Art Basel in Miami Beach
We talk Titian, Constable, Veneziano, Wright of Derby, Van Dyck and, yes, Leonardo, with art historian Bendor Grosvenor. And we get Judd Tully’s views on Miami’s annual art fair.
Podcast epsiode ten: restoring Iraq’s heritage, plus the complex politics of First Nations art
John Darlington of the World Monuments Fund discusses projects to train local people in craft traditions and the curator Victor Wang on the work of Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, whose first European solo show opens in London next week
Howard Hodgkin’s 50 years of travels to India revealed in Hepworth Wakefield show
Paintings include one that was thought to have been lost and one of his final works
Memories from the director’s chair: five curators look back on their Venice Biennale shows
Selecting dozens of artists, dealing with a quirky organisation and navigating an idiosyncratic city—all under the gaze of a rapt art world—make curating the greatest art show on earth a test. Here, the five most recent artistic directors recall their experiences
Why try to fix the Turner Prize when it ain’t broke?
There is a downside to dropping the age limit of 50 for qualifying artists
National Gallery finally takes the Fourth Plinth to its heart
London museum embraces proposals for the works on this year’s plinth as opportunity to engage the public