Anni Albers

Cosmin Costinas’s curated section reveals the interconnected roles played by tradition, cultural exchange and imperialism

By Hettie Judah
Google Doodle Bauhaus

The radical art school had a cultural legacy that extends far beyond Germany

By Frieze News Desk

With the current Anni Albers show at Tate Modern marking a resurgence in textiles, charting the changing perceptions of fabrics throughout art history

By Amber Butchart

The Saudi soft power push, German pavilion at Venice and Halloween costumes: what to read this weekend

Ahead of ‘Anni Albers’, which opens at Tate Modern next week, Hettie Judah visits the legendary German educational institution

By Hettie Judah

New York

13 Sep
21 Oct
Family bedroom at Spring Street, New York City, 1970. Photograph: Donald Judd. Courtesy: © Judd Foundation

Although their activities and missions are multiple, the foundations dedicated to New York’s artists all keep their founders’ visions alive


By Jennifer Kabat

The impact of pre-Columbian techniques and designs on 20th-century artists

By Jonathan Griffin
Greenhouse designed by Francisco Gonzalez-Pulido in the Ethnobotanical Gardens, Oaxaca, 2015

Is a new greenhouse in Mexico a blueprint for the museum of the future?

By Sam Thorne
Photography class in cabbage patch, date unknown, photographed by Barbara Morgan

Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston, USA

By H.G. Masters