Timothy Spall in 'Mr Turner'

Mr Turner – film review

A bewitching performance from Timothy Spall in Mike Leigh’s biopic

A still from Ryan Trecartin's film, 'Center Jenny'
©Zabludowicz Collection

Post-internet art in London

Three shows paint a troubling picture of the impact of technology

Giovanni Battista Moroni <br/>The Tailor, c. 1570 <br/>Oil on canvas, 99.5 x 77 cm <br/>The National Gallery, London <br/>Photo c. The National Gallery, London <br/>

Moroni, Royal Academy, London

From late-Renaissance also-ran to 16th-century ground-breaker

Jenny Holzer: Dust Paintings – interview

The artist has taken up a paintbrush for her new, politically engaged series of works

‘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

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’