The Week in Art
From breaking news and insider insights to exhibitions and events around the world, the team at The Art Newspaper picks apart the art world’s big stories with the help of special guests. An award-winning podcast hosted by Ben Luke, The Week in Art is sponsored by Christie’s.
Inside the 'biggest art fraud in history': what the alleged mass forgery tells us about the market for First Nations art in Canada
Plus worryingly low artists’ pay in the UK and an Ugly Duchess
Old Masters in Maastricht: What does Tefaf tell us about the market for historic art?
Plus, the Institut du Monde Arabe's major gift and expansion plans and an unflinching self-portrait by a Rococo woman artist
NFTs crashed last year—does Art Dubai fair show signs of a ‘Crypto Spring’?
Plus, How Video Transformed the World at MoMA and the art of modernist ceramics
Nigeria’s pivotal election: what's the future of art and culture in the country?
Plus, the Met: a guard’s memoir and Hubert Robert at Stockholm's Nationalmuseum
Turkey-Syria earthquake: the race to save damaged heritage sites
Plus, Alice Neel's largest UK show and a dazzling turn-of-the-century blanket
Vermeer special: the man, the show and an attribution debate
As the "unmissable" show opens at the Rijksmuseum we talk to the curators, the museum's director and artist Alvaro Barrington
What will happen to Ukraine's museum collections after the war?
Plus, Okwui Enwezor’s Sharjah Biennial and Ming Smith at New York's Museum of Modern Art
Yayoi Kusama and Louis Vuitton: the enduring allure of art and luxury
Plus, Michael Rakowitz's ambitious restitution plans and Rosy Martin's photographical iconostasis
The Van Gogh Sunflowers lawsuit: the full story behind the Nazi-loot claim to Tokyo’s $250m painting
Plus, Singapore’s art hub ambitions and Grace Lau's project for Chinese New Year
The art world in 2023: market predictions, big shows and museum openings
From a post-pandemic Brexit watershed to Hip Hop's 50th birthday, The Art Newspaper team dicuss what lies ahead this year
The Year in Art: We take a look at 2022’s biggest stories—and what they mean
Plus, our writers sit down to discuss their favourite works of the year
Parthenon Marbles: is a breakthrough in sight?
Plus, Afghan culture in crisis and Kiki Smith’s New York murals
The last hurrah? Art world excess at Art Basel Miami Beach
Plus, UK culture cuts and Ukrainian Modernism in Madrid
'Velvet terrorism': what is it like in Pussy Riot's Russia?
Plus, Shirin Neshat on Iran's uprising and Puerto Rican art after Hurricane Maria
Is Qatar's Fifa World Cup a lesson in artwashing?
Plus, how long left of the good times in the New York auction world? And abstract Black figuration
Climate action: what is the art world doing?
Plus, the US National Gallery of Art’s women artists fund and one of the last paintings of Paula Modersohn-Becker
London's National Gallery revamp row: is it a sensitive makeover or like 'an airport lounge'?
Plus, contemporary art in Lagos and Chagall's falling angel
How did a clergyman come to own hundreds of Edward Hopper works? We delve into the Whitney's archive controversy
Plus, a horror show in London and a Flemish masterpiece in Bruges
'How dare YOU?': we speak to Just Stop Oil, the eco activists who threw soup over Van Gogh’s Sunflowers
Plus, Art Basel's inaugural Paris+ fair and an enigmatic Frank Bowling painting
Art boom as the UK busts: how the economic crisis is affecting the market
Plus, Cecilia Vicuña; 20th-century women artists at Frieze Masters; and Modigliani in Philadelphia
Van Dyck or copies? The curious case of the socialite, the scholar and the Old Masters
Plus, Joan Mitchell and Claude Monet at the Fondation Louis Vuitton and England's Tudors head to New York
Full frontal Freud: a deep dive into the life and work of the raw, unflinching portraitist
As a string of exhibitions celebrating 100 years since the artist's birth open, we look at a major show at London's National Gallery, a new book of his letters and his paintings of horses
Why is art at the heart of Italy’s far-right political party?
Plus, Carnegie International, the US's longest-running contemporary art exhibition, and a mystifying egg sculpture
Do good monarchs make bad art collectors? Inside the British Royal Collection
Plus, how UK museums can respond to the energy crisis, and a haunting Henry Fuseli painting
Is art censorship on the rise? How freedom of expression is being curbed across the globe
Plus, a striking photograph by Diane Arbus and the Guggenheim Bilbao at 25
Brazil turns 200—and its National Museum rises from the ashes
Plus, the £50m Joshua Reynolds painting and Michael Heizer’s City
Summer of Seoul: why the South Korean capital is a new art world hub
Plus, the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize winner: a basket made with horsehair
Documenta 15: why is the show so scandalous?
Plus, the Warhol-Prince copyright dispute, and Juan Muñoz at Spain’s Centro Botin
Francis Bacon: why Tate returned a 1,000-piece archive
Plus, US photographer of queer women, Alice Austen; and Michel Majerus at Art Basel
Crypto crash: what now for NFTs and the art world?
Plus, Norway’s mega-museum and a Spanish-American screen in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art