Germano Celant—champion of Arte Povera—dies of coronavirus, aged 80
Critic and curator was also the first to bring together contemporary art and fashion
The BBC fights back with 'Culture in Quarantine' against the UK government’s plan to destroy it
A leading Italian art critic says that it is dictators and populists who fear culture and that the BBC’s creativity will be vital to coronavirus Britain, now and in the aftermath
Small Italian galleries could suffer from influx of foreign dealers
Il Giornale dell'Arte's deputy editor weighs in
Mamma mia! Show on motherhood opens in Milan
Massimiliano Gioni’s latest exhibition looks at the relationship between women and power in the 20th century
A welcome surprise: Okwui Enwezor's Biennale 'forefronts aesthetics as well as theory'
Critic Franco Fanelli finds All the World's Futures an enticing mix of drama and utopia<br>
Forget the Venice Biennale, what about Expo Milan?
The Lombardy capital creates a feast for the senses—not least a gigantic food-related show
Celebrity frisson: new Andy Warhol photographs
Photographs by the wigged Sphinx of Manhattan are published by his old dealer
What's on at the Italian contemporary galleries: March 1998
Anish Kapoor and Mayan motifs
Here we go again: books of Mapplethorpe photographs banned from sale at the V&A and Harrods
The episode had overtones of "An American were-wolf in London"
Documenta '92 report: If art is dead, is the artist a zombie?
It's heavily influenced by the work of Joseph Beuys and shows the near and distant past rather than the present, with plenty of conceptual appropriation