Louise Giovanelli’s work is rooted in religion, Sixties films and 'Ab Fab'
The Hayward Gallery’s new exhibition reveals 11 artists from the African diaspora exploring bleak territory with defiance and brilliance
Jamie Coreth’s portrait offers a pair of good likenesses in dutiful style – but shouldn’t our future king aspire to more energetic things?
Not everything in the past needs to be corrected, says National Gallery director Gabriele Finaldi
The 254th annual jamboree may have good intentions, but most of these 1,465 works – many from the public – are as genteel as a village fête
The late painter, born in Salazar’s Portugal, produced disturbing images of violated and humiliated women – and they had a real effect
His depictions of women haven't aged so well, but the Courtauld's enthralling new show makes a strong case for Munch's brilliance even so
Experiencing art in-person will always be superior to sitting in front of a screen – beware those keen to make you think otherwise
This new retrospective for the 65-year-old British artist is a whirl of destructive energy that wears its political sentiments on its sleeve
These days, it can be hard to look at the art of Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres without smirking. So why did the modernists revere him?
Unboxed – aka the Festival of Brexit – has served up another turkey with this supposedly transporting installation at Woolwich Public Market
Museums have long been wary of this period in the artist's professional life. In an era of 'cancellation', it is even more pertinent
Last year, there was outrage when a digital collage by Beeple sold for £55million. Our critic meets the artist touted as ‘the new Warhol’
Ahead of a BBC season, our critics prove that the happiest decade made the best art
The 59th edition of the art extravaganza pays tribute to Ukrainian heroism while delving brilliantly into the weirder corners of our minds
Sonia Boyce, British Pavilion, Venice, review: lacks the X-factor of genuine imaginative strangeness
The British artist's Venice show Feeling Her Way is gentle and tasteful, with an underlying current of social critique, but it doesn't soar
The highlights of the artist's powerful new exhibition are some strange black sculptures made with his own licensed pigment
Why do subtle differences between two pieces by the American abstract expressionist artist add up to millions? Blame the art market
Let's stop knocking Raphael – as the National Gallery's new show makes very clear, he was just incredibly good at pretty much everything
Piet Mondrian's reputation for being the austere saint of abstract art is challenged by an exhibition that shows a wildly different side
Whether painting popes or prostitutes, the artist got beneath his subjects’ skin to reveal their inner lives – and reinvent portraiture
John Richardson’s gossipy biography, ‘A life of Picasso’, spills the secrets of the artist’s ‘Minotaur’ years