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Charlie Fox traces the diverse portrayal and experience of intoxication throughout art history 

BY Charlie Fox |

What early 20th Century painters omitted from their representation of South Africa

BY Sean O'Toole |

The General Director of Rijksmuseum on the art that inspires him and why he would have loved to have listened to jazz with Piet Mondrian

Art's response, then and now, to World War I

BY Sue Malvern |

The life and legacy of the wildly inventive choreographer and performer Loie Fuller

BY Brian Dillon |

The return of Kenneth Clark's trailblazing television series

BY Nathaniel Budzinski |

The Director of the Studio Museum in Harlem, discusses the art that inspires her and why she'd like to share a celebratory meal with Alma Thomas

A brief history, from Benvenuto Cellini to Frida Kahlo and Yayoi Kusama

19 artists write about a work of art that influenced them

Giorgio de Chirico's influence of the 20th-century imagination

The intertwining of art, history and landscape in Tasmania

BY Philip Hoare |

A slew of new exhibitions celebrate Pop art from around the world

BY Michael Bracewell |

Contemporary artists and ceramic traditions

BY Amy Sherlock |

Do initiatives like Google Art Project help us to see more — or less?

BY Jonathan Griffin |

A new book by Bruce Altshuler explores the history of postwar exhibitions

BY Sam Thorne |

From the Louvre to the Hermitage, historical collections are being liberated from their museum walls - with varying degrees of success 

How the art of the past informs that of the present

BY Jennifer Higgie |

A selective history of things on tables

BY Jennifer Higgie |

19 artists write about a work of art that has influenced them

The Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, discusses his favourite art works and how he would like to have dinner with Rubens