Austin Maestro, City Van, London Bridge, EC4
©Chris Dorley-Brown

Snapshot: ‘Drivers in the 1980s’ by Chris Dorley-Brown

The images of people stuck in traffic jams captured the mood of Thatcher’s Britain

David Hockney’s ‘Perspective Should Be Reversed’ (2014)
©Courtesy of David Hockney/Richard Schmidt

David Hockney: twisted perspective

How the artist combines photographs and ‘painterly’ computer touches to replicate the way we see

Theaster Gates

Theaster Gates — artist or activist?

One of the contemporary scene’s hottest figures talks about social practice art

The Art Market: Photo London in focus

London’s new photo fair; Art15 back for third edition

Natalie Frank's 'All Fur III' (2011-14), left, and 'Little Red Cap I' (2011-14)
©Courtesy the artist

Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, The Drawing Center, New York — review

Frank’s illustrations bring out the darkness in the Grimms’ tales

Willie Doherty's 'Border Road' (1994)

The Art of a Nation, Mall Galleries, London — review

A stunning profile of Irish art since the turn of the 20th century

©Anna Huix

The rise of Conrad Shawcross

The British artist talks to Jackie Wullschlager about his most colossal structure yet

‘Swamped’ (1990) by Peter Doig
©Christie’s

Big spenders, Big Apple

New York ‘Auction-tigue’; Frieze looks to the past; Giacometti show for Shanghai

Josh Spero

Josh Spero: Art, for what it’s worth

Assigning value to creative expression remains a near-impossible task

‘Speakers’ Corner, London’ (1949)
©Ernst Haas

Snapshot: ‘Speakers’ Corner, London’ (1949), by Ernst Haas

Austrian photojournalist’s series of bustling postwar London

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