'When painters are old, they do their worst painting': Hervé Télémaque on colonialism, cartoons and a deep love of literature
As a new show on opens at the Serpentine Galleries, the Haitian artist discusses his move away from racist 1960s New York and "decorative" late Abstract Expressionism
Christo’s floating sculpture for London lake gets go ahead
Large-scale installation in Hyde Park is part of artist's Serpentine Gallery show
Serpentine 2017 pavilion snapped up by Malaysian buyer
Francis Kéré’s structure in London will head to Kuala Lumpur next year in deal struck with Ilham Gallery
Julia Peyton-Jones returns to the birth of Modern sculpture for first Ropac show
Former Serpentine director has co-organised an exhibition on Italian artist Medardo Rosso
Grayson Perry draws inspiration from Brexit—and The Art Newspaper—for Serpentine show
Will it be the Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever?
Rising contemporary art stars from on and off the net
Outstanding new talent from the international art world, in the physical and digital realms
Hans Haacke: But what does it all mean?
For his exhibition at the Serpentine, the conceptual artist has made an installation of art from the Victoria and Albert Museum and left its message open
Haacke engages Serpentine and V&A in “dialogues”
Artistic exchange to take place next year
The Serpentine asks how good was Jean-Michel Basquiat, really?
The artist's complicated oeuvre makes it hard to judge if some works are forged - or if instead he was just having an off day