Take a look at Wim Wenders' location shots

The German filmmaker's travelling exhibition of location shots comes winds up in Copenhagen
Take a look at Wim Wenders' location shots

Five Richard Estes paintings you should know about

How to understand one of the pre-eminent photorealist artists of his generation - painting by painting
Five Richard Estes paintings you should know about

Gombrich Explains Picasso

The best-selling art historian on why critics were wrong to consider cubism 'an insult to their intelligence'
Gombrich Explains Picasso

How Yuri Ancarani makes hard work appear noble

Italian artist's US show demonstrates the awesome achievements on offer when man works with machine
How Yuri Ancarani makes hard work appear noble

Maverick museum director plans collectors’ casino

Gambler and art lover David Walsh says MONA gambling den could swell museum coffers and draw tourists
Maverick museum director plans collectors’ casino

In NYC? Love art books? Then we've just got to meet!

Phaidon is at the New York Art Book Fair this weekend at MoMA PS1. Come down to meet us and our authors
In NYC? Love art books? Then we've just got to meet!

First look at Ai Weiwei's new Alcatraz show

A million Lego bricks, Edward Snowden and Native American recordings all feature in a powerful show
First look at Ai Weiwei's new Alcatraz show

What has Damien Hirst put in his new cabinet?

Butterflies, eggs, bleach and a lot of stuffed animals. If you're in Paris soon, you can see for yourself
What has Damien Hirst put in his new cabinet?

You really need to see Warhol's 'disco Rothko' chapel

If you're in LA you're in luck. Andy's serial take on site-specific, abstract painting gets a rare airing at MOCA
You really need to see Warhol's 'disco Rothko' chapel

So how do you restore a da Vinci masterpiece?

The Uffizi uses an entire wing of medical imaging gear, a wealth of knowledge - and no small amount of tact
So how do you restore a da Vinci masterpiece?

Ten questions for Cristina Salmastrelli, the director of the Affordable Art Fair, New York City

She reveals how much works can go up by, why they have an artist in residence, and how they keep out the fakes
Ten questions for Cristina Salmastrelli, the director of the Affordable Art Fair, New York City

Tomi Ungerer gets a medal from the French president

Phaidon children's author is given Order of Merit medal by François Hollande at the Élysée Palace in Paris
Tomi Ungerer gets a medal from the French president

What Theaster Gates did last summer

Chicago artist curates show focussing on artists of color themed around the idea of a retreat
What Theaster Gates did last summer

Remembering the LA Olympics

Rauschenberg and Hockney's pop art creations for the 1984 games go on show in Switzerland
Remembering the LA Olympics

Jenny Holzer’s classified calligraphy

The artist looks back at an Afghan’s death in 2003 with a set of works examining the path to war
Jenny Holzer’s classified calligraphy

Gombrich Explains Turner

The historian admired the painter’s mastery of nature and the stagecraft with which he managed his visual effects
Gombrich Explains Turner

Our new author on how to write about art

Noah Charney, the author of The Book of Forgery, hosts a Guardian Masterclass on art writing
Our new author on how to write about art

Why Edmund de Waal’s pots are like prisoners

The ceramicist and Phaidon author’s decision to support a British charity offers a great insight into his work
Why Edmund de Waal’s pots are like prisoners
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