The rock star Alice Cooper has found an Andy Warhol masterpiece that could be worth millions “rolled up in a tube” in a storage locker.
Amid all the rule changes, Lubaina Himid is surely the favourite to win British art’s most important prize this year
Palazzo Grassi and Punta della Dogana, Venice
Artist has once again found the underwater grotto in his mind where monsters live, making a fool out of all of us who lost faith
From Man Ray’s portrait of Virginia Woolf to Orton’s library book collages and Noël Coward’s dressing gown, this vital survey is bursting with fascinating stories
Chair of judges praises 31-year-old artist, who recently won Hepworth prize, for baffling sculptural work which ‘reflects the condition of the world’
Artist says latest work, which is covered in banknotes and George Osborne’s image, was inspired by industry’s self-denial about gender bias
Extensive retrospective in 2017 will cover six decades of artist’s work from early homoerotic paintings to recent LA pieces
Artist behind Paris’s biggest cultural event of the year has described Dirty Corner as ‘the vagina of the queen’ taking power
The Bankside museum has transformed modern art from an elite cult into mass entertainment, but is it time to get down to some proper studying?
The doyen of British sculpture gives the Guardian an exclusive preview of his major new exhibition in the German capital
Some say gallerist initiated split due to Hirst’s declining sales; others see a shift in balance of power towards top artists
A beguiling Freud, a dazzling Matisse, a modest De Haan: will these stolen paintings see the light again?
Martin Boyce deserves the award for a beautiful and unexpected installation – his art is a sort of elegy to modernist purity
Leading British collector launches surprise attack saying buyers and dealers ‘can’t tell good artists from bad’