Watteau’s little-known teacher has his moment in the spotlight
A welcome introduction to the 18th-century French satirist Claude Gillot
Satirical portrayals of president spark censorship row in South Korea
Shutdown of the exhibition "Goodbye in Seoul" is the latest in a series of censorship controversies around negative images of Yoon Suk-yeol
The fine art of satire: an indispensable guide to the life and imagination of James Gillray
A monumental biography of the political caricaturist who is one of the greatest draughtsmen in the history of British art
‘No mere monkey business’: creators of Bored Apes NFTs sue artist Ryder Ripps for trademark infringement
The artist defended his series as “a protest against and parody of” the prized monkey illustrations
Boris Johnson becomes an NFT: artists react to scandal of leader attending parties during Covid lockdowns
Cold War Steve depicts UK prime minister hiding in a fridge in his interpretation of "Partygate" while David Shrigley labels him an "arsehole"
Influential political cartoonist Steve Bell dropped by the Guardian newspaper after 40 years
Biting satirist looks to art history for some of his caricatures, such as a recent sketch of Boris Johnson as Mona Lisa
From Bristol to Bermuda: satirical artist Cold War Steve asks public to download and exhibit his work
Exhibition project You, Me & Cold War Steve: the International Exhibition of the People has already been downloaded 3,000 times with scheduled venues across the globe
Five years after Charlie Hebdo attack, France plans centre dedicated to satirical cartoons
In honour of the victims and to promote the medium, the French culture ministry will create "a meeting, training and exhibition place"
This book is an omnibus of delightfully scary Landis Blair cartoons
The devoted follower of Edward Gorey has proved himself a worthy disciple
The ‘most petty piece of art’ or an apt satire of the US presidency?
Former Venice Biennale director launches satirical Instagram attack on Italian government
Francesco Bonami's new political party EXAGERAMOS! promises to introduce new laws including forbidding contemporary art in museums
The Notre Dame fire: what happens next? Plus, Cold War Steve
We talk about the effects of the fire at Notre Dame, the building’s history, and what happens next. And we speak to satirical artist Christopher Spencer, the man behind Cold War Steve. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.