The Week in Art
The latest news from the art world, every week
What does the Philip Guston delay tell us about museums and race?
Frieze: the show goes on. Plus, Theaster Gates
Artemisia and Frida: great art, turbulent lives
Sell the Michelangelo or lose 150 staff? The Royal Academy of Arts’s Covid-19 conundrum
This is America: Grayson Perry on race and class
Berlin: still a magnet for artists?
Cancelled: should good artists pay for bad behaviour?
Ready to see some art? The top exhibitions of the summer
What will culture be like in the next decade?
Staff cuts: are museums protecting their workers?
Hong Kong: has the new law 'destroyed' the art scene?
The destruction of Australia’s ancient Aboriginal heritage
Art and social media: do museums need memes?
What to do about problematic statues?
How to visit a gallery during a pandemic
Let’s talk about race: museums and the battle against white privilege
Houston, do we have a problem? The verdict on early museum openings in Texas
Raphael: as great as Leonardo and Michelangelo?
Is the future of the art market online?
Exclusive: Marina Abramovic on performance art post-pandemic
Can new tech recreate the hand of an Old Master?
The end of the blockbuster? Museums in a post-pandemic world
Donald Judd 101: the great artist in depth
Art theft: are museums safe under lockdown?
Can the art market weather the coronavirus storm?
Saving the art world’s self-employed amidst the coronavirus crisis
We explore the devastating effects of the pandemic on art communities and discuss the different support packages in the UK, Germany and the US. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793
Coronavirus: dispatches from Italy and China
We speak to our journalists Anna Somers Cocks and Lisa Movius about their experiences of lockdown. Plus, we begin a new feature—Lonely Works—where we look at individual works of art that are now hanging unseen in galleries. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793
Titian’s poesie: an in-depth tour of 'the most beautiful pictures in the world'
Remembering Ulay. Plus, how coronavirus cancelled Art Basel in Hong Kong
We speak to Tate Modern curator Catherine Wood about the late Ulay, and to Marc Spiegler, Art Basel’s global director, about what happened in Hong Kong. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793