The secretive stenciller is no Rembrandt – but a new poll shows that ‘high art’ alienates the public more than any other cultural form
Jeff Koons heads to Oxford, Tracey Emin shows new work in London and the V&A debuts a sumptuous survey of Christian Dior – all in our weekly dispatch
As the masters celebrate big anniversaries, who reaches more powerfully across the centuries – and who deserves to hit the canvas?
Van Gogh comes to London, Keith Haring scribbles over Liverpool, Jean Nouvel gets weird in Qatar, and the V&A hits top gear
An image of Edmond de Belamy, created by a computer, has just been sold at Christie’s. But no algorithm can capture our complex human consciousness
Art is being choked to death by money. The only rebellion left is for artists to bite the hands that feed them – as Banksy appears to have done on Friday night