An exhibition uses readymade objects to question the excesses of the contemporary art market
Chess has featured, famously, in the work of artists for centuries.
'My strategy was simple. I never said no to anything'
A leading ceramics hoard, destined for sale to fill a pensions gap, may be rescued
The Crisis Commission exhibition sees some of the most celebrated artists unite to bring major new works to Somerset House.
'There was something on the menu that sounded rude, so of course she had to order it'
The master of whimsy wears his art-school credentials on his sleeve, but his ideas feel derivative and the jokes wear thin
Emin's life work shows just why she's the queen of Britart, if not of grammar. But is it too brilliant?
Tracey Emin has said: "When I'm not making art, I feel like I'm dying," as her first big London retrospective, Tracey Emin: Love is What You Want, opens at the Hayward Gallery tomorrow until 29 August.
An anxious, exhausted but delirious Tracey Emin says her new show at the Hayward Gallery is the culmination of everything she's ever worked for
Two darlings of modern British art have become embroiled in a war of words over a gift to the Government and the thorny issue of tuition fees.
This group show with a rather grandiose title has been curated by a Turner-shortlisted male artist who goes by the name of Bob and Roberta Smith. Smith has been artist-in-residence at the New Art Gallery, Walsall, combing through a remarkable archive of the works and personal effects of Jacob Epstein, which were bequeathed to the city by Epstein's widow in 1973.
Tracey, would you give me a hand for a moment?
The Catlin Art Guide picks the cream of the art school graduates
Buying art is normally the preserve of the wealthy, but the London-based Collective lets people around the country put pieces by Turner Prize winners in their homes. Nancy Groves explains