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Jonathan Jones

The renegade art school proving that painting is not dead

As conceptual art becomes the academic orthodoxy, the new Turps art school is fighting for the place of painting in contemporary art.

Jasper Johnss Regrets review: love and loss as death comes knocking

In his most explicit show yet, the enigmatic artist takes inspiration from the death of his friend Lucian Freud and his lovers Cy Twombly and Robert Rauschenberg Continue reading...

Ming bling and Apocalypse Now the week in art

The V&A launches a blockbuster exhibition of amazing artefacts from the Ming dynasty and Fiona Banner is inspired by Francis Ford Coppola. Plus Mad Men, the birth of the worlds best-loved logos and vomiting dogs all in your favourite art dispatch Continue

Anthony Caro: The Last Sculptures review dazzling disappointments

Although they are undoubtedly impressive for a man in his final days, these works by the one-time king of modernism feel fussy and kitsch.

Ming mania at the British Museum is it time we got over our obsession?

As a blockbuster show of the exquisite Chinese porcelain opens at the British Museum, Jonathan Jones takes a hammer to our cliched obsession with all things Ming.

Late Turner at Tate Britain review an exciting, entrancing show

The curators brilliantly mix up the types of art he experimented with, without making judgments about the 'real' Turner.

Frank Auerbach: a painter's painter of horrors and joy

Troubling, profound work owned by friend Freud will surely win new generations of fans as he prepares for Tate retrospective Continue reading...

Turner and Constable exhibitions revive Britain's greatest art rivalry

Tate Britain and V&A to host simultaneous shows by landscape masters and contemporaries who helped inspire impressionism.

Turner and Constable exhibitions revive Britain's greatest art rivalry

Tate Britain and V&A to host simultaneous shows by landscape masters and contemporaries who helped inspire impressionism.

The GoPro strapped to a speeding car and a history of psychedelic art

Ryan Fox's swirling, spinning film, made by attaching a GoPro camera to one of his tyres, reminds us how hippies changed our entire definition of beautyIt's a whirling abstract spiralling vortex of colour but is it art?Ryan Fox attached a GoPro camera to