An explosive cocktail of desire and betrayal in a novel set in the 1990s London art world

This entertaining satire combines liberal quantities of sex, violence, money and drugs with the Britart scene


Sarah Lucas’s cheeky sculptures bring light relief at Tate Britain

Guests at the packed exhibition launch included Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant and fashion icon Pam Hogg

Tulip mania, Brexit and AI: Mat Collishaw takes on Kew Gardens this autumn

The artist marries nature and technology in the ambitious new exhibition

Damien Hirst medicine cabinet bought for £600 goes on sale for over £1m

Softer YBA market faces test as collection amassed by London bond trader goes under the hammer at Phillips next month


In memoriam: Karsten Schubert in conversation with Michael Landy

In this archive interview, the artist Michael Landy speaks to the London-based dealer Karsten Schubert, who died this week, about his life as a collector

Hosted by Ben Luke. Produced by Julia Michalska, David Clack and Aimee Dawson

In pictures: first look at Damien Hirst's new blossom paintings

"I remember my mum painting cherry blossoms in the garden, when I was five or six—I think I ate some paint."


Emin slams Russia over gay rights

Moscow’s Ekaterina Cultural Foundation is set to host a retrospective of the Young British Artists

Interview with Angela Bulloch: Shining a light on the city

The artist has installed her latest work in the Basel cathedral, as part of the fair’s new Art Parcours project

Where is the art from the ‘Sensation’ show? A list of the collectors in 2006

An Art Newspaper investigation tracks the ownership history of art from Charles Saatchi's collection shown at the Royal Academy in 1997

Pace-setter Charles Saatchi moves out Britart, moves in paintings

Doig, Kippenberger, Dumas, Tuymans, and Immendorf take centre stage at the collector’s gallery