This September Bob Dylan releases remixes of his classic 1960s songs. To some, this may sound like sacrilege, but Dylan is more interested in reinvigorating his music for a new generation than in maintaining...
A self-confessed painter of ‘bad pictures’, Georg Baselitz creates shocking and powerful paintings that refuse to fit into the mainstream. Jill Lloyd visits the artist as he prepares for his RA retrospective.
The treasure hunters
The Society of Antiquaries was born out of the Enlightenment spirit of the new Great Britain. They collected a wealth of objects that preserve our nation’s heritage today, says Jenny Uglow.
Paul Mellon’s collection of British masterpieces goes on display at the Royal Academy this autumn. Giles Waterfield looks at the man behind the gentleman and his love affair with British art.
Peter Conrad describes visionary architect Louis Kahn's creative relationship with his patron Paul Mellon, whose patience and deep pockets enabled Kahn to design the luminous Yale Center for British Art.
Seeing the Light
The paintings of Renaissance Siena have long stood in the shadow of neighbouring Florence. But, as a major show this autumn reveals, their spiritual power shines brightly.
Two shows explore the cross-currents between photography and painting that shape our vision of the modern world.
Lee Miller’s many faces are celebrated in a centenary show at the V&A.
Tate Modern stages the first major UK survey of the mother of modern sculptors.
New Art This Autumn
The Frieze Art Fair has inspired an informal contemporary art season across London.
The Artful Shopper
Scott Reyburn takes the temperature of the feverish art market.
A show of historical Whistler engravings offers museum quality work.
The tenth anniversary of Asian Art in London promises a wide choice of specialist shows and lectures.
China’s Terracotta Army is on the march towards the British Museum.
Classics in Colour
The grand designs of Robert Adam, who made classical architecture much more fun.
A book on Norman Foster RA’s greatest hits proves that after four decades the architect is still going strong.
A new world of art
Julian Bell rewrites art history for a globalised world.
In the Studio: Michael Sandle RA
Fiona Maddocks visits the artist in his new London studio and finds him as full of sound and fury as his monumental sculpture.
Out to lunch: Gary Hume RA
Over a picnic lunch in his studio, Sarah Greenberg talks to the painter about his transatlantic life.