Yuanming Yuan, Beijing, Waterdrop Lotus
©Lois Conner

Snapshot: ‘Lois Conner – Reading Landscapes’

The photographer describes herself as ‘a born traveller and adventurer, and an obsessive collector and observer of landscape’

‘Chicago’ (c1951) by Harry Callahan
©Estate of Harry Callahan

‘The Modern Lens’ at Tate St Ives

The art gallery’s biggest photography show features plenty of unfamiliar artists, each with a story to tell

Adrian Cheng: shopping and looking

A profile of the billionaire patron bringing contemporary art to China’s mall-going public

Olafur Eliasson’s ‘Dew viewer’ (2014) was on show at Fiac
©Francois Mori/AP

All’s fair in Fiac week

(Off)icielle competition in Paris; a controversial inflatable goes up (and down); next up: Asian Art Week

Detail from 'Pedestal Table, Glasses, Cups, Mandolin' by Pablo Picasso
©2014 Estate of Pablo Picasso

‘Cubism’ at the Met, New York

Leonard Lauder’s magnificent gift to the New York museum of paintings by Picasso, Braque, Gris and Léger reveals a whimsical side of the movement

‘Egon Schiele: the Radical Nude’

The artist’s nude portraits are even more daring and disturbing than when he created them a century ago, writes Jackie Wullschlager

Lucian Freud photographed in 2005 by David Dawson
©David Dawson

A life with Lucian Freud

Lucian Freud’s assistant David Dawson worked with the artist for 25 years, photographing Freud in every aspect of his life. Dawson’s images and memories are now collected in a new book

Left, 'Erich Lederer in Overcoat' (1913); right, 'Serena Lederer' (1917)

Egon Schiele: Portraits, Neue Galerie, New York – review

Schiele was a versatile painter – but also a canny businessman

Brian May at Tate Britain to launch the exhibition 'Poor man's picture gallery': Victorian Art and Stereoscopic Photography. Brian May has lent the exhibition his rare collection of stereoscopic photographs. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
©Rosie Hallam/FT

Victorian 3D images go on show at Tate

Museum holds first major display of photographic craze

'Green/Light (For M.R.)', by Jyll Bradley at the Folkestone Triennial 2014

Folkestone Triennial: a town transformed

Artists respond to location in an event aiming to foster regeneration

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