Destiny the video game by Activision

Video gaming has come of age

National Videogame Arcade is recognition of the creativity of games, writes Helen Lewis

A gilt-bronze bear from the Western Han dynasty from the Ellsworth collection

The Art Market: Robert Ellsworth sale

New cultural hub in Dubai; Haring lawsuit fails; German art adviser found guilty

Aphrodite, Roman copy of a Greek original (2nd century AD)

The body in Greek art at the British Museum

Ancient ideals of beauty and virtue are displayed thrillingly in a new exhibition

‘An Opaque Wind’ (2015), by Haegue Yang at the Sharjah Biennial
©Sharja Art Foundation/Deema Shahin

Selective memory in Sharjah and Dubai

Artists grapple with issues of remembering

'Deserted Town' from the series The Abandoned Animals of Fukushima, (2011)
©Yasusuke Ota

Snapshot: ‘In the Wake: Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11’

In the days after the disaster and Fukushima’s evacuation, animals and pets were left starving

Portrait Infanta Marguerite Teresa in a Blue Dress by Velazquez
©Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Velázquez at the Grand Palais, Paris

The Spanish 17th-century master is given a radiant retrospective, writes Jackie Wullschlager

Portrait of Pope Innocent X by Velazquez
©Galleria Doria Pamphilj

Velázquez at the Grand Palais in Paris

The Spanish master gets a retrospective in the French capital

Titian: An Allegory of Prudence in two frames
©National Gallery

Frames in Focus: Sansovino Frames, National Gallery, London

Often overlooked, frames are at the centre of a forthcoming show

Laurie Simmons: How We See The Jewish Museum, New York March 13 to August 9, 2015

Laurie Simmons: How We See, Jewish Museum, New York — review

Models with eyes painted on to their lids are an eerie reflection of life online

Rodin's 'The Kiss' was on show at Turner Contemporary, Margate, in 2011-12
©Nick Gutteridge

How Tate is strengthening the state of the arts

Announcing an expansion of the Plus Tate network, Nicholas Serota says art can transform our daily lives