The Year Ahead: the best exhibitions to look forward to in 2022
'Very, very strange and wildly illiquid': Freakonomics' Stephen Dubner on the 'bizarre' art market
The New York-based author has just released a three-part podcast series on The Hidden Side of the Art Market. Here, he speaks about what he learned—and why art is a bad financial investment, but a good emotional one
From NFTs to LFTs: 2021's biggest art stories—and what they mean
The Art Newspaper team picks apart this year’s most important developments, from demands for colonial restitution to the return of culture wars
A brush with... Kehinde Wiley
Disney at the Met—but is it art?
A brush with... Isaac Julien
From the Uyghur Tribunals to a groundbreaking exhibition on slavery—we look back on 2021's most seismic cultural moments through The Week in Art podcast
Each week The Art Newspaper reflects on how big geopolitical developments affect different realms of art and heritage
Art fairs: how did they begin and where are they going?
A brush with... Pablo Bronstein
Is a ceramic ‘puzzle’ that belonged to Ernest Hemingway really a Picasso? A podcast investigation hopes to find out
Podcast reveals extraordinary tale that involves the famous writer, the drugs lord Pablo Escobar and a National Football League player, who tried to sell the work at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Fraud: the case of Inigo Philbrick
Big money, new collectors: the low-down on the New York auctions
A brush with... Billie Zangewa
M+ finally opens in Hong Kong—but is it censoring its displays?
Pablo Escobar, Ernest Hemingway and a drug-smuggling NFL player covered in vaseline: new podcast explores the crazy story behind a ceramic that could be by Picasso
Steve Kough also stole three paintings from the Detroit Institute of Arts in 1982—while on trial for conspiracy to distribute marijuana
Depot: a new way of visiting museums?
Plus, Cop26: how can the art world respond? And Fragonard's restored The Swing
Contemporary art meets Ancient Egypt: new sculptures at the Pyramids of Giza
Is Paris really taking London’s art crown?
Can the art world really change its wasteful ways?
Jasper Johns: a radical look at a colossus of post-war American art
A brush with... Thomas J Price
All glitz and glamour? Hollywood’s new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures
What distinguishes an art criminal from a regular crook?
The host of the Art Bust podcast argues that the nature and purpose of art crime–and by extension, of the art detectives who fight it—has changed in recent years
It’s a wrap: Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s final fabric project unveiled in Paris
A brush with... Tacita Dean
Should the art world boycott China over its treatment of Uyghur people?
The state of painting now
Afghanistan: the threat of the Taliban to artists and heritage
A brush with... Glenn Ligon
A brush with... Alberta Whittle
A brush with... Tino Sehgal
A brush with... Oscar Murillo
Great women in art history make a comeback: the New Woman at the Met and Aware in Paris
A brush with... Ellen Gallagher
Should the Science Museum stop taking money from oil companies?
A brush with... Julian Opie
Slavery: the groundbreaking Dutch exhibition confronting colonial history
When makers take the mic: the rise of the artist-hosted podcast
Carrie Mae Weems and Emma Cousin are behind two of the latest podcasts to feature artists in conversation with artists
A brush with...Cristina Iglesias
Guerrilla Girls: corrupt museum boards, the female nude and NFTs
Classicist Mary Beard on the infamous Roman emperor Nero
Viking-age treasure: new insights into life 1,000 years ago
'Art is our spiritual oxygen': new shows to see in London and New York
New York auctions: has the art market roared back to life?
Climate disaster: photographer Richard Mosse on environmental crime in the Amazon
Return to La La Land: art is back in California
Kusama-rama: Yayoi exhibitions open in London, New York and Berlin
Winner: The Art Newspaper's podcast The Week in Art is named Best Special Interest Podcast
Judges of the Publisher Podcast Awards described the category as "one of the most competitive"