Frankfurt’s Städel Museum is introducing digitorials for its shows
©Andreas Reeg

The museum of infinite space

‘Digitorials’ and the ingenious ways art institutions are using the internet to extend their reach

‘Time and Space — The Speed of Light’, by Andrew Rogers
©VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015

The Ibiza art circus

Cirque du Soleil’s Guy Laliberté is ringmaster of the island’s newest art scene

‘Yassin Dynasty’ (2013) by Raed Yassin
©Kevin Moran

Art and Lebanon: beauty amid the rubble

Two London exhibitions showcase contemporary artists with links to Beirut

©José Pedro Cortes

Snapshot: ‘Costa’ (2013) by José Pedro Cortes

The series consists of 30 photographs taken of a strip of land dotted with derelict houses, beach shacks, dirt left by the tide

Deutsche Bank's reception hall in Winchester House, London, featuring works by Anish Kapoor and Damien Hirst

Businesses use art to shape their image

Global companies with an eye on the bigger picture invest in contemporary creations

Boris Grigoriev’s 'Café Chantant' (1913)
©Petr Aven Collection

Russian Modernism 1907-1917, Neue Galerie, New York

The occasional masterpiece stands out from the crowd

Totes Meer (Dead Sea)

Tate to display modern blockbusters

Exhibitions planned for 2016 include O’Keeffe, Bacon and Nash

Andeel cartoon

Comics and cartoons flourish in Middle East

The appetite for satire and mockery is strong in the region

©John Hammond/Barford Sculptures

Anthony Caro: the shaping of a radical

Two shows reveal how the sculptor trampled on tradition and redefined his art

Assemble’s Folly for a Flyover (2011) in east London
©Lewis Jones

Is Assemble the future of progressive architecture?

The Turner Prize-nominated collective are changing the way we think about building