The Week in Art podcast | Tate’s historic women artists show, Dia at 50, Martin Wong’s record-breaking painting

Exploring Now You See Us, which celebrates the output of Vanessa Bell, Mary Beale and many more, plus conversations about Dia’s legacy and the ’visual linguist‘ Wong


Flavin Judd discusses famous childhood neighbours in Doha tell-all talk

Conversation with Michael Govan throws light on what motivated Donald Judd and Dan Flavin


Minimalist logs work pops up on Welsh beach

Rosemarie Castoro’s Trap A Zoid arrangement was last seen in New York in the 1970s

Carl Andre, giant of Minimalism who was tried for and acquitted of murder, has died, aged 88

Andre rose to prominence in the New York art world of the 1960s to become a totemic—and controversial—figure renowned for his material-driven sculptures

Remembering Virginia Dwan: the US's first bicoastal gallerist

Hugely influential art dealer whose galleries in Los Angeles and New York launched Minimalism and Land Art in the US

Dan Graham, artist who defied categorisation and was best known for his architectural pavilions, has died, aged 79

The American artist’s work spanned many formats and materials, and was informed by his early desire to become a writer

White-out at the Tate as Ryman exhibition begins its journey

Robert Ryman exhibition shared with MoMA, New York, will also travel to Madrid, San Fransisco, and Minneapolis

Conceptual and Minimalist trove raises bedeviling questions for the Guggenheim

Grappling with questions of authenticity, museum 'decommissions' some works from the Panza Collection

Dia show aims to place Charlotte Posenenske firmly among stars of minimalist sculpture

It is the first large-scale US exhibition of the German artist's work

Art world tributes for Minimalist painter Robert Ryman, who has died aged 88

“In defining art's formal limits, he was the most radical painter of his time,” says art historian Robert Storr

Robert Morris, the conceptual sculptor and leading Minimalist, has died, aged 87

We once asked the artist for his thoughts on Minimalism; he called our questions “trivial, superficial, puerile, misdirected, irrelevant, egregious, distracted, dull, feeble, breathless, gossip-mongering, smarmy and lizard-like”

Private View: our pick of March gallery shows

New shows at commercial galleries, from emerging names to rediscovered talents


Revealed: secrets of the Tate bricks

Newly released documents uncover a heated argument and the search for spares

Interview with Robert Ryman: Painting is for pleasure

Ryman has been painting white on white for more than 50 years. He talks about how his paintings work and which shade of white he uses

Eva Hessearchive

Hesse stands in for postponed Judd exhibition at Tate

The show will open at Tate Modern later this month

Eva Hesse at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

This exhibition incorporates paintings and works on paper

MoMA and Guggenheim join forces for Reinhardt restoration

The conservation departments of both museums are collaborating on the study, analysis, and treatment of a badly damaged painting

London galleries: Minimal and Conceptual art at large

Lisson’s historical show unites major international artists

TransFormed: Ernst Beyeler holds exhibition that disintegrates boundary between painting and sculpture

Beyeler, doyen of Basel dealers, has taken over the Kunstmuseum and the Kunsthalle to accommodate this event


Nauman's retrospective in Basel brings social madness to light

The exhibition, in which psychological unrest is registered through the body, will appear next in Frankfurt

Minimalist masterpieces on show in Sydney

The Drill Hall Gallery is showing works by Mark Rothko and Frank Stella, among others