Frieze Masters 2016

Curator and author Paul Williamson talks about his long and distinguished career at London's Victoria and Albert Museum

By Tim Smith-Laing

The Medieval women who illustrated manuscripts are finally being recognized

By Anne Winston-Allen

The intermingling of classical sculpture and female self-realization in the long literary tradition of the journey to Italy

By Matthew Fox

The Michelangelo sculpture that obsessed Sigmund Freud

By Charlotte Higgins

In the 500 years since Bosch's death, his art has lost none of its power to reflect the complexities of our lives

By Fernanda Eberstadt

The enduring popularity of the minor European god Bes

By Alastair Sooke

On Thomas More's wildly influential book, which was published 500 years ago

By Carol Mavor

The great art historian Aby Warburg was born 150 years ago. John-Paul Stonard visits his famous library in Hamburg

By John-Paul Stonard
Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Art history isn't carved in stone

By Jennifer Higgie
Shezad Dawood, Cave Variation 1, 2016, acrylic, screenprint and textile on canvas, 176x235cm. Courtesy: Timothy Taylor, London

Participating galleries, institutions and non-profits host special events in London during Frieze Week

A six-point guide to the discreet practice of vetting

By Jane Morris