Kader Attia’s 'Arab Spring' (2014) recreates the looting of display cases in Cairo’s Egyptian Museum during the demonstrations of 2011

The booming world of sound art

Today’s artists are venturing beyond the visual

Amerapoora: Colossal Statue of Gautama Close to the North End of the Wooden Bridge
©Collection of Charles Isaacs and Carol Nigro

Photography by Linnaeus Tripe at the V&A

The captain’s surveys of 19th-century India and Burma were at once technically pioneering and lyrical

Chana Kowalska’s ‘Shtetl’ (1934)
©Ben Uri Collection

What is ‘Jewish art’?

Jackie Wullschlager visits Ben Uri Gallery’s centenary show in search of answers

Armor W 09-11-1
©Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien

Snapshot: ‘Armor’ by Claudia Fährenkemper

Photographer has been making ‘portraits of knights’ since 2010

The Cornelia Parker retrospective in the Central Exhibition Gallery at Whitworth Art Gallery
©David Levene

Whitworth gallery wins top arts prize

Manchester venue scoops £100,000 annual award after revamp

Piero di Cosimo’s ‘Liberation of Andromeda’ (1510-15)
©Uffizi Gallery

Piero di Cosimo, Uffizi Galleries, Florence — review

The painter is revealed as a man with a curious, quirky mind

Laura Ford works at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham
©Gautier Deblonde/New Art Centre

Sculpture parks: Art goes outdoors

Summer’s here, and art moves into the landscape

Maverick museum-owner David Walsh

The offbeat owner of Mona in Tasmania discusses plans for expansion

Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 4

Catalogues raisonnés: The corrected works

Why artists’ inventories are more important than ever

Pablo Bronstein at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
©Hugo Glendinning

A new wave of Grand Tourists

Artworks collected by English milords and the Italianate houses their travels inspired are attracting visitors

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