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Joseph Beuys: his best art

    Waldemar Januszczak celebrates the legacy of a unique voice

    The Mirror and the Palette by Jennifer Higgie, review — putting female artists back into art history

      A study of self-portraits charts 500 years of women’s art

      Waldemar Januszczak on the mad rise in auction prices

        A frenzied lockdown desire to collect things has overtaken us, and it’s having a dire effect on the art market

        Waldemar Januszczak on why artists must fight a new urge to ‘collectivise’

          The art world is abuzz with the idea of collectives — and it should make your heart sink

          The new paranormal: how the art historians got it wrong

            Spiritualism’s surprising influence on modern art is finally being celebrated

            Waldemar Januszczak on how Kehinde Wiley is waking up art

              The artist’s National Gallery show should shake things up

              Better a Gormley ‘sex toy’ sculpture than a B-list tribute to Mills & Boon

                Criticism of a Suffolk beach installation shows ideas about public sculpture are set in stone

                Waldemar Januszczak on the art of making out and the National Gallery’s top paintings

                  Science may not be able to explain it, but artists show us the meaning of kissing

                  Waldemar Januszczak on the history behind the film The Dig

                    There’s more at stake than treasure in the story we tell about Sutton Hoo

                    Photo that proves football is still the beautiful game

                      Have you ever seen a happy sports photographer? Me neither. We go to the football to be excited and uplifted. Sports photographers go to get cold and rained on, and to have Adebayo Akinfenwa crashing down on their nuts after another poor Wycombe Wanderers corner. No wonder they come across as such a grumpy breed. […]