How Bruce Nauman turned corridors into artworks

We look back at how, with a simple bit of architecture, the great American artist altered the gallery experience
How Bruce Nauman turned corridors into artworks

Knoedler case forger protests innocence in interview

Pei-Shen Qian tells ABC’s Nightline he was surprised anyone fell for his abstract expressionist forgeries
Knoedler case forger protests innocence in interview

Is this really one of Britain’s favourite artworks?

Art Everywhere launches soon, showing the UK's favourite art on poster sites. What do you make of the works?
Is this really one of Britain’s favourite artworks?

Rotterdam Kunsthal thieves fined €18 million

Dutch court orders Romanian thieves to pay insurers for destroyed Picasso, Monet and Gauguin works
Rotterdam Kunsthal thieves fined €18 million

Don't like Koons? Maybe you don't like your culture

'In judging Jeff you need to answer the question: What do you think of your culture?' say our Wild Art Authors
Don't like Koons? Maybe you don't like your culture

Martin Parr’s postcards from Milwaukee

Parr and ten other Magnum photographers capture beer city as part of their on-going US documentary project
Martin Parr’s postcards from Milwaukee

Why does Monica Bonvicini like smashing things up?

Whether it's shattered safety glass or hammered dry walling the Italian artist sees the beauty in destruction
Why does Monica Bonvicini like smashing things up?

On Kawara's date paintings explained

The Japanese conceptual artist died last week but his date paintings allow him to transcend history
On Kawara's date paintings explained

The Google guide to DevArt

Steve Vranakis, Executive Creative Director of Google’s Creative Lab, talks through the tech firm’s debut art show
The Google guide to DevArt

The Empire State's twinkling tribute to Warhol

New York's best-loved art deco skyscraper honours the pop artist who made it a film star half-a-century ago
The Empire State's twinkling tribute to Warhol

The duo bringing Baldessari and lolcats.com to Arles

French artists Mazaccio & Drowilal say their exhibition Wildstyle will serve as a safari into unnatural imagery
The duo bringing Baldessari and lolcats.com to Arles

Putting the emotion back into art buying

Supposing it was the biggest reaction, not the biggest bid that secured you a piece of art at auction
Putting the emotion back into art buying

Does Jeff Koons still have the power to shock us?

Eileen Costello, author of our Brice Marden book, wonders whether the artist is still interested in dividing opinion
Does Jeff Koons still have the power to shock us?

Why does Zach Lieberman's piano play the radio?

New York digital artist explains his Google-commissioned exhibit - inspired by the music in a yellow cab
Why does Zach Lieberman's piano play the radio?

Understanding David Smith’s Circles

A new US show of the artist’s key set of works allows gallery-goers a chance to reassess his circular works
Understanding David Smith’s Circles

Ai Weiwei's Native American installation

Chinese artist responds to New Mexico commission with a work recalling his own exile in a similar landscape
Ai Weiwei's Native American installation

Yuri Suzuki on Will.i.am, Robert Moog and Jeff Mills

We catch up with the sound artist at the Barbican's Digital Revolution show
Yuri Suzuki on Will.i.am, Robert Moog and Jeff Mills

Movie making the Gilbert & George way

On the eve of a Lehmann Maupin NY show we look at how they made The World of Gilbert & George movie
Movie making the Gilbert & George way
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