These art world tastemakers had a great year.
Somewhere Out There, a Sculpture Is Surfing Tinder
Hindus Outraged by Artist's Mural of Goddess Kali
$5.6 Looted Shiva Spurs Australia to Review its Import and Export Laws for Cultural Artifacts
The Interview Will Get Limited Christmas Day Release After All
There Is Such a Thing as Guinness Art, and This Guy's Obsessed
All-Female "Patronnes" Circle Emerges at Centre Pompidou-Metz
2014 Saw Horrific Damage to Syria's Cultural Heritage
J. Peterman Peddles "Drouot Auction" Sweater
Art House Theaters Petition to Screen The Interview
Tate Has 35 Days to Disclose BP Sponsorship Figures
From GIF characters to sex ed graphics, we suss out the year's best.
artnet News’ European editors hand out the accolades.
Who's getting coals in their stockings this year?
An uber-artsy last-minute gift guide. You're welcome.
The set of stamps were known as the “British Guiana collection.”
Changes are afoot at the Met, the Hirshhorn, and the Serpentine.
Any art lover would be envious.
From Bambi to Beyoncé, who are this year's leading female figures?
Radical changes are afoot.
Modern art continues to dominate the top results.
artnet News visits the artist-in-residence.
These highbrow confections are almost good enough to hang on your wall.
The papal blessing industry will be shut down come the new year.
How do they fend off competition from Christie's and Sotheby's?
THE DAILY PIC: Already in 1975, Gober was capturing reality's fractures.
Striking sculptural forms set in lush landscapes.
The top art news stories from December 15–19.
For one thing, the actor had to spend two years learning to paint.
Water music fills the great hall.
But you'll have to move to China first.
THE DAILY PIC: The Chinese artist enlarges sculptures he made while blindfolded.
This week's guide includes Ruth Agassi, Carsten Nicolai, and Arik Levy.
$4 million in funding has been privately raised.
THE DAILY PIC: The Vancouver artist films tykes acting out adult debates.
Go ahead, flatter yourself.