Art

A brilliant, ambitious volume of art history — but physically difficult to read

Any history of the 1960s that neglects mass culture is not to be taken entirely seriously

For art lovers, now is the perfect time to visit The Eternal City

Mark Le Fanu goes to the Musée Nissim de Camondo, the Marmottan, and the Musée Antoine Bourdelle

The saga of the Rex Whistler restaurant and Tate Britain

An exhibition of the work of the 19th century painter James Tissot has opened in Paris

I’m listening to art made by dead people rather than DIY lockdown productions

Daniel Johnson reflects on the great discoveries of his youth

The Arts Council are using the pandemic to reward their cronies rather than saving art

The National Gallery are reopening their headline 2020 exhibition on 8th July