Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery

London’s latest artists’ zone

Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery is part of a growing hub of galleries south of the Thames

Neagu’s ‘Tactile Object (Hand)’ (1970)

Paul Neagu: less seeing, more feeling

The Romanian-born artist aimed to create work that appealed to all the senses

Self-Burial with Mirror, 1969
©Keith Arnatt Estate

Snapshot: ‘Absence of the Artist’ by Keith Arnatt

Exhibition will showcase the conceptual artist’s work from 1967-72, a key period in his career

Cindy Sherman stars in Vezzoli’s video for Rufus Wainwright’s opera ‘Prima Donna’
©Prima Donna LLC and Almine Rech Gallery

Interview: Francesco Vezzoli

The Italian artist and film-maker on his ‘obsession’ with truth, and the connection between sexuality, art and capitalism

Sonia Delauney exhibition at Tate Modern. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
©Rosie Hallam/FT

Squeezed museums innovate to boost income

Critics say unusual experiences can overshadow art

Peter Kennard’s ‘Crushed Missile’ (1980), on show at the Imperial War Museum, London

An art show a day keeps the boredom away

One man’s challenge: to see a London art exhibition every day in August

©courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Snapshot: photographic portraits from west Africa

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York will showcase 100 years of photography in west Africa

John Chamberlain in his studio on Shelter Island, 2011
©Librado Romero/The New York Times

Sculptor John Chamberlain in Scotland

Daft yet exquisite, the oeuvre of the US artist has arrived in Edinburgh for scrutiny

A Bau front cover from 1968
©Mark Blower/Rotofoto

Bau: a vision that goes beyond buildings

How a Vienna-based magazine became a platform for art in the 1960s

Figures from Antony Gormley’s ‘Critical Mass II’ (1995) on the parade ground of the Forte di Belvedere, Florence
©Galleria Continua/White Cube/Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley in Florence

The sculptor’s installation of human forms is full of clandestine moments, says Julia Sutherland