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Lights, camera, art — I went to the galleries of the future

    Money is being ploughed into ‘immersive’ experiences but are they any good? Our critic investigates at shows dedicated to Frida Kahlo and Van Gogh

    Art lovers, make your way to a tiny but perfect exhibition

      Behold the ultimate master of technique and celebrate his artistic genius

      The Serpentine Gallery wants to save the planet — it’s a shame the art is so pitiful

        It’s a good cause, but this gallery needs its artistic director to stop globe-trotting and get on his bicycle

        Africa Fashion at the V&A: this shimmers, sparkles and delivers a collection of wows

          Two shows about the black and African experience have opened — one joyous and uplifting, the other neurotic

          The glue crew weren’t harnessing art but attacking it

            Poor old art. Somewhere along the line it seems to have become the protest junkie’s victim of choice. The recent epidemic of climate change activists gluing themselves to paintings is a telling example. It started in Glasgow with a gang of students invading the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and sticking themselves to the frame of a […]

            Forget the Summer Exhibition — meet the 5 art stars of tomorrow

              After a harsh few years, the class of 2022 are graduating. Our critic goes to the Royal College of Art’s final show to see what the future holds

              Raphael at the National Gallery — an Italian blockbuster

                He died aged 37, but was already a master in the league of Leonardo

                Spot the similarities — and sue Picasso!

                  A simple exhibit of these two paintings, 76 years apart, side by side makes for riveting viewing

                  Collage proves women’s art is on a roll

                    This celebration of contemporary art is the type of show you wish would come round more often

                    Edvard Munch at the Courtauld: the tortured genius who craved the sun

                      This rare show of the Norwegian artist’s most personal work is a masterclass in painting, desire and terror