In our brave new world of modern art, there’s a growing appetite for celebrating the mystery of the natural world

Holbein at the Tudor Court brings the English Renaissance court back to vivid life

By abandoning physical media, have we exposed ourselves to censorship and corporate control?

The universal and the particular sit awkwardly in this Cardiff exhibition

AI will not be the death of creativity, and could even enhance it

The Polish art scene is stuck in a futile game of tit-for-tat

The great Belgian painter could enliven the most mundane scenes

There is no conflict between being truthful and being compelling

Why has the concept been rejected by the art world?

An exhibition of the art of Gwen John secures her legacy