Serpentine Galleries

Hans Ulrich Obrist: secrets of a super-curator

The Serpentine Galleries' artistic director reveals how he is resisting extinction, declares that shows must find new ways to connect and insists that stopping is not an option

Interview by PIERRE HUYGHE

Three to see: London

From Christo’s huge floating sculpture in Hyde Park to the intimacy of Frida Kahlo’s wardrobe at the Victoria and Albert Museum


Christo: Alone but undaunted

As Christo's new work for the Serpentine shows, he remains as ambitious as ever

Architect Francis Kéré to construct a meditative pavilion for Tippet Rise Art Center

The commission will fund the construction of a secondary school in the artist’s native Burkina Faso

Mexican architect is youngest-ever designer of Serpentine Pavilion

Frida Escobedo will combine Mexican and British influences for the temporary structure in Hyde Park

London's Serpentine Gallery to open pavilion in Beijing

Space designed by Jiakun artchitects will draw inspiration from Confucianism

Christo’s floating sculpture for London lake gets go ahead

Large-scale installation in Hyde Park is part of artist's Serpentine Gallery show

The art world's highs and lows of 2017

Curators, museum directors and artists respond to the year's events

Three to see: London

From Rose Wylie’s parade of footballers and royalty to Arthur Jafa’s powerful video collage of African-America culture


Podcast episode 11: antiquities now and Rose Wylie

How is the antiquities trade coping with increased focus on Middle East looting and new approaches to collecting? And Rose Wylie on the pleasures and struggles of painting

Hosted by Ben Luke. , produced by Julia Michalska and David Clack

Rose Wylie's painterly energy at the Serpentine

“Her medium is energy,” Hans-Ulrich Obrist says of her work

Three to see: London

From Pussy Riot's immersive penal colony installation to a final chance to see Francis Kéré’s Serpentine Pavilion


Serpentine Sackler to open in September

The building has been refurbished and extended by the architect Zaha Hadid

Interview with Jeff Koons on the eve of his summer show at the Serpentine: Pop culture meets art history

Koons talks to us about the artists who inspire him, his studio system, and what he hopes to communicate to the public through his work

Art marketarchive

The Art Newspaper discusses the fine line between curating and promoting

It is almost impossible for a museum to mount a contemporary exhibition without the involvement of the artist's dealer

Interview with Olafur Eliasson on his pavilion in the park for the Serpentine

The Danish artist, whose Weather Project transformed Tate Modern, discusses his building for the Serpentine Gallery

Julia Peyton-Jones steps up as new director for the Serpentine Gallery

She intends to look to global contemporary art while maintaining the importance of home-grown artists