The Independent - Arts and Entertainment Painting by 'acclaimed artist' bought for £165,000 rejected as worthless fake 2018-08-12T21:05:00.000000000+00:00 Owner believed it was a genuine William Nicholson - but the leading expert wasn't convinced Andy Warhol at 90: The artist who foresaw 21st century media landscape of Love Island and Instagram 2018-08-06T16:59:00.000000000+00:00 'In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes' In today's art auctions, the 'male gaze' is going out of fashion 2018-07-30T20:43:00.000000000+00:00 The National Gallery in London paid about $4.8m for a work by a 17th century female artist, but pieces by male artists of the 19th century are out of fashion From William Morris to Anna Wintour: How Liberty made an art out of fashion 2018-07-26T10:55:00.000000000+00:00 An exhibition in Edinburgh explores the history of Liberty and their famous prints, from their Arts & Crafts roots through to collaborations with young designers and artists Art technicians: The industry's dirty secret, or all part of the process? 2018-07-26T10:48:00.000000000+00:00 All the work and none of the glory? Or just another job? Art technicians, and the artists who rely on them, open up about what goes on behind the scenes in the studio Mark Wallinger, Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, review: Cerebral japery fails to stimulate 2018-07-24T13:55:00.000000000+00:00 The Turner Prize-winning artist's new show, 'The Human Figure in Space', features a homage (of sorts) to Eadweard Muybridge Can a stately home be where the art is? Yves Klein at Blenheim is the latest artist intervention in a grand residence 2018-07-19T10:20:00.000000000+00:00 From Jeff Koons at Versailles to Damien Hirst at Houghton Hall, artists have muscled in on some seriously imposing architectural spaces. But how does the work fare? David Hockney, Annely Juda, London, review: Many of these iPhone and iPad drawings are little more than casual crowd-pleasers 2018-07-17T09:38:00.000000000+00:00 These seize-the-moment devices rhyme with Hockney, yet there's nothing very fresh about the subject matter of this show Joana Vasconcelos holds up a mirror at the Guggenheim Bilbao 2018-07-10T09:33:00.000000000+00:00 From stilettos made of pots and pans to chandeliers of tampons, the Portuguese artist's work has always explored notions of femininity Museum of the Year: Tate St Ives wins illustrious competition and £100,000 prize 2018-07-06T11:49:00.000000000+00:00 'The judges admired an architect and gallery team'