Phillips unveils new Asia headquarters in Hong Kong, promising investment in local scene after ‘difficult’ few years
The opening of the 52,000 sq ft Kowloon space kicked off the city's first international art week since Covid restrictions lifted
Olafur Eliasson puts climate change front and centre in Qatar exhibition and desert installation
The artist’s first solo show in the Gulf region presents sculpture, photography and more at the National Museum of Qatar, as well as 12 open-air pavilions at a nature preserve
Just what the doctor ordered: masterpieces from Milan museum brighten up hospital
Works from the Pinacoteca di Brera have been blown up and pasted in high definition on the walls of the Humanitas hospital in Ronzano to improve patients' well-being
What Defines ‘British Cool’? A Bonhams Sale Surveys the Vibe, With 11 Banksy Works, a Mick Jagger and Warhol Collab, and More
The diverse array of offerings celebrates the rich cultural heritage of modern Britain and its enduring sense of cool.
7 Questions for Chicago Painter Celeste Rapone on Painting the Sounds and Textures of Her Home
The artist's newest body of work is on view at Josh Lilley in "Celeste Rapone: House Sounds."
The Art Angle Podcast: Why Vermeer’s Many Secrets Are Now Coming to Light [Re-Air]
This week, contributor Kriston Capps joins the podcast to discuss a the many secrets of the famed Dutch painter.
Glimpsing Africa Anew in Its Art
Hong Kong heiress sues gallery over alleged £500,000 Banksy fraud
Karen Lo says the dealer Pearl Lam never followed through with her purchase of a well-known painting by the secretive British artist
Florida school principal fired for showing students Michelangelo’s ‘pornographic’ David sculpture
Tallahassee Classical School's principal, Hope Carrasquilla, was fired following parental complaints her Renaissance curriculum was too risqué
Tel Aviv Museum of Art partially closes in support of Israel’s ‘day of paralysis’
Israel's oldest art museum joins nationwide protests against government's contentious new laws, in what arts philanthropist Batia Ofer describes as a "fight for our democracy"