This quintessential modern art movement couldn't have gained precedence without the work of critics – and the Cold War.
Ever wanted to perform a miracle? Now's your chance.
Indian artists such as Bhupen Khakhar may be gaining international acclaim, but more is needed to help build and maintain a strong infrastructure for artists at home.
Sentimental, high-class illustrators – or a revolution in British art?
South Africa is increasingly beginning to focus on the potential role cultural and creative industries can play in job creation and economic growth.
Shortlisted for the Turner in 1997, Christine Borland discusses the suffocating nature of the prize and its shortsighted attempts to branch out.
What you should know about Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
We have reached a point where apocalyptic vocabulary litters writing – but the end of the world has always populated paintings, and betrays a lot about contemporary concerns.
If Kim Kardashian is being peddled to us as both art and feminism, we – and she – are in really dire straits.
'Objects are to be punned into symbols. Words can be dissected and distorted to change or multiply their meanings.' Welcome to Aleks Danko's radical – and fun – body of work, on show at the VCA.
The selection of masterpieces from the Hermitage in Russia, currently on show at the National Gallery of Victoria, can be summed up by a single word: spectacular.
Artists and satirists have long played around with currency. With fiscal uncertainty only on the up, artsy cash is becoming more and more prevalent.
The Wynne Prize has been notoriously male-dominated. What does this year's winning artwork by Natasha Bieniek tell us about the nature of this particular award and how we can improve it?
Black Like Us? – a new exhibition at the Birmingham Museum of Art – looks at how blackness has been portrayed in American art through the years.
The night sky is part of the shared heritage of all people on Earth. A project to bring Indigenous Australians and astrophysics together reveals our common wonder at the mysteries of the universe.
Latin America might have found itself on the dark side of the "digital divide" over the last 20 years or so, but this hasn’t impeded the development of digital arts there.
France's paradoxical relationship with provocative artworks has, again, come to the fore.
How did the bulk of those at home in Britain find out the news of Waterloo?
The gallery's latest blockbuster actively blinkers knowledge of the past.
Sarah Lucas's show is a (resolutely cheerful) cry of frustration at the overwhelmingly male exhibition history of the British Pavilion.