Natalie Frank's 'All Fur III' (2011-14), left, and 'Little Red Cap I' (2011-14)
©Courtesy the artist

Natalie Frank: The Brothers Grimm, The Drawing Center, New York — review

Frank’s illustrations bring out the darkness in the Grimms’ tales

Willie Doherty's 'Border Road' (1994)

The Art of a Nation, Mall Galleries, London — review

A stunning profile of Irish art since the turn of the 20th century

©Anna Huix

The rise of Conrad Shawcross

The British artist talks to Jackie Wullschlager about his most colossal structure yet

‘Swamped’ (1990) by Peter Doig

Big spenders, Big Apple

New York ‘Auction-tigue’; Frieze looks to the past; Giacometti show for Shanghai

Josh Spero

Josh Spero: Art, for what it’s worth

Assigning value to creative expression remains a near-impossible task

‘Speakers’ Corner, London’ (1949)
©Ernst Haas

Snapshot: ‘Speakers’ Corner, London’ (1949), by Ernst Haas

Austrian photojournalist’s series of bustling postwar London

Art market is about Piketty and Picasso

Paintings are of high value because of inequality, writes John McDermott

David Hockney presents his new body of work at the Annely Juda gallery, Mayfiar, London.
©Charlie Bibby

David Hockney finds new perspective

Artist experiments with paintings and digital photography

Art replaces adverts in the Islamic Republic

The billboard exhibition is a welcome distraction for some

Global art markets surge ahead

Record-breaking $179m Picasso sale is part of a much bigger picture