Sue Hubbard has written about Sheila Girling’s works that are on display at Clifford Chance, for Artlyst

Tabish Khan has previewed February’s big exhibitions for Londonist as well as launching a new Substack with them including a paid piece on the Cute exhibition at Somerset House – he also spoke to AP about the Cute exhibition. He has written several entries for his regular top 5 for FAD and about why British artists are setting up their own museums for Artsy. He also teamed up with fellow critics to pick his best booth at London Art Fair.

Estelle Lovatt writes on how John Constable’s Hay Wain was painted in Hampstead, and not in Suffolk, for Ham & High and still on the Hay Wain she’s previewed the forthcoming National Gallery display of the painting for Painters Online.

Martin Bailey reports on the important precedent set by The British Museum and V&A on lending looted gold items back to Ghana and how the Rothschild foundation has acquired a lost Guercino masterpiece. Plus he has his regular blog posts on Adventures with Van Gogh. All for The Arts Newspaper.

Sticking with the Art Newspaper Maeve Kennedy has written about the conservation of the old library at Trinity College and how 2022 was a record year for treasures and antiquity finds, with more than 50,000 items reported.

Once more in the Art Newspaper, Claudia Barbieri Childs writes about a new book on outsider artists.

Oliver Wainwright has profiled Indian architect Bijoy Jain of Studio Mumbai, interviewed David Chipperfield on working in China, reviewed the M+ building in Hong Kong by Herzog & De Meuron and the Cute exhibition at Somerset House. He’s also written about Lesley Lokko winning the RIBA gold medal and the new Serpentine pavilion by Minsuk Cho. All for The Guardian

Photo is from the Barbara Kruger exhibition now open at Serpentine. Courtesy the artist and Sprüth Magers. Photo: The Art Institute of Chicago.