Art Stories

Did Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman share some moves?

An upcoming Tate show brings the two artists together, drawing out some surprising parallels in their work Did Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman share some moves?

Sex, madness and the Met’s summer show

Obsession: Nudes by Klimt, Schiele and Picasso from the Scofield Thayer Collection, showcases one man’s tastes Sex, madness and the Met’s summer show

So why do artists destroy their own work?

In The Museum of Lost Art Noah Charney explains how vanity and reinvention lie behind the urge to slash and burn So why do artists destroy their own work?

Wolfgang Tillmans is working on a World War II Requiem

The photo artist has teamed up with ENO to stage a production of a Benjamin Britten choral masterpiece Wolfgang Tillmans is working on a World War II Requiem

How, after death, Hokusai changed art history

On the anniversary of Hokusai’s death, we look at how his work altered the course of Western art How, after death, Hokusai changed art history

De Kooning's great, late period tops Christie’s sale

Unfairly criticised when it was exhibited 20 years ago, Untitled XIX went for a cool $14m at auction this week De Kooning's great, late period tops Christie’s sale

Chris Noey and Hank Willis Thomas do Bottega Veneta in style

The artist and The Artist Project founder were on fine form at our canapé reception in New York on Tuesday! Chris Noey and Hank Willis Thomas do Bottega Veneta in style

Where in the world is this ghostly Klimt portrait?

Scholar and sleuth Noah Charney takes us on the hunt for lost, stolen and destroyed art in The Museum of Lost Art Where in the world is this ghostly Klimt portrait?

The incredibly imaginative world of Frank Stella's prints

New Princeton show reveals how Stella threw every reproductive process known to art into his printmaking The incredibly imaginative world of Frank Stella's prints

The British camera that helped Winslow Homer capture the US

A new show looks at how Homer's first camera, made in England, helped the American artist loosen up The British camera that helped Winslow Homer capture the US

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