Wirths praised for changing model of how art is bought and sold, while Ai Weiwei ranks second and Nicholas Serota falls to fifth
Ai Weiwei and the Celts conquer London. Plus extraordinary outsider artists, endangered buildings and the real Alice in Wonderland – in your weekly dispatch
Everyone from Ai Weiwei and Frank Gehry to Zaha Hadid has designed a folly for the Serpentine gallery, but what happens to these starchitect baubles after their summer in the sun?
Art Gallery of NSW / Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney
‘Everything is art,’ says Ai Weiwei, but this peek into one of Australia’s most significant private collections lacks a coherent geography or signposts
They’ve starved, stripped and suffocated. We’ve seen them sleep, do shopping and read out lists. Now, PJ Harvey wants us to watch her record a whole album while she sits in a big box. Time to pack in art’s most claustrophobic trend?
From Ai Weiwei’s show at Blenheim Palace to The Turner Prize in London, Skye Sherwin and Robert Clark find out what’s happening in art around the country