After thwarted art sales, Baltimore Museum of Art marshalls funding to promote diversity and equity
Institution announces $1.46m in gifts to finance goals such as pay increases for hourly workers and extended visiting hours
Unimpressed by the Golden Globes Best Picture nominees? Watch these art-inspiring films instead
The Tel Aviv-based artist Guy Yanai has been painting scenes from movies during the pandemic, and has chosen five of his favourites here
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Longwood Gardens begins a $6.5m reconstruction of cascade garden by Roberto Burle Marx
The work of the Modernist artist and landscape architect takes new precedence as Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro faces international criticism over the devastation of the Amazon
Works by pioneering queer artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres to be displayed around Barcelona
New exhibition, organised by MACBA, aims to situate Gonzalez-Torres in relation to postcolonial discourse between Spain and the Americas
Tapestry replica of Picasso's anti-war masterpiece Guernica removed from United Nations headquarters after 35 years
The work was loaned by the Rockefeller family, who have now requested it back
Calling all (digital) bookworms—virtual art book fair gives publishers a lifeline during the pandemic
Printed Matter's online venture offers new, rare and out of print publications alongside panels, trailers and prints
NewsVictoria & Albert Museum
V&A to say goodbye to departments by material—woodwork, metalwork etc—and 20% of its curators
Museum's director Tristram Hunt says that government help has not been enough to cover all costs incurred by pandemic and admits “curators will be more stretched”
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Risky business: how new US sanctions regulations will actually impact the art market
Museums have hastily cut their staff to save money—what will happen when visitors return and they need them back?
Sotheby's brought to you by Bulgari—product placement at auction has arrived, with limitless potential
Arts researchers can help America overcome its toughest challenges
'Looking just gorgeous': Granddaughter of $80m Botticelli's former owner on living with the masterpiece
Can Paris snatch the art market crown from London?
Should post-Brexit UK get rid of the Artist’s Resale Right?
Tearing down troubling statues is not lying about our history—it is removing impediments to truth
Could 2021 be the year of the African museum?
How will US money laundering crackdown actually impact the art market? A lawyer explains
A Covid-19 silver lining? Let’s not return to family-unfriendly art business as usual
Auction houses have finally entered the Amazon age—and I’m addicted
As 2021 beckons.... I crave new art in the new year more than ever
'Museums had better not be planning for a return to the status quo'
Art could have dwindled into insignificance in the upheaval of this year—instead it endured
How art world leaders can embrace new money laundering regulations and create a 'think risk' culture
California needs a plan to restart the arts
Asian art market flies in the face of coronavirus
Gabrielie Finaldi: 'What is the National Gallery if you can’t visit and you can’t see the pictures?'
'Humboldt Forum must have a clear policy that only objects of proper provenance can be used'
The art trade benefits from the UK's low import duty. What will happen to it after Brexit?
Provenance: the Trojan horse that can make or break a work of art
A new kind of museum is emerging—here's what the future holds
The turn of the screw: will tighter regulations impact the art market?
Pastures new: why some top gallery staff are moving on from longtime jobs
Finally, rebel experts come to the rescue of Unesco’s failing World Heritage programme
People see only 'silver tits' and 'bouffant pubes' now—but I predict Mary Wollstonecraft sculpture will become widely admired
Fifty years on, Unesco’s convention against illicit trafficking of cultural artefacts still shines bright
Is the UK seeing the emergence of a ‘Godfather approach’ to arts funding?
Philip Guston show: 2022 opening is welcome news but confusion still remains
A message of hope from David Hockney for Lockdown 2: 'Remember, they can't cancel the autumn either'
Why culture is so important in the time of coronavirus
Portrait of Tracey: how Emin's cancer diagnosis hasn't stopped her from being an artistic dynamo
A flood of art? The market issues around museum deaccessioning
Nan Goldin: We must stop the Sacklers’ imminent Justice Department immunity deal
'Another yawning gap': radical London Print Studio closes its doors
Exhibitions need a perfect storm to succeed—but shows opening during Covid-19 are getting a disappointing drizzle
Baltimore Museum of Art curators respond to deaccessioning criticism
Confronting the allure, and the dangers, of 'fake heritage'
Why vote? To protect those who cannot
I finally went to see some art—and caught Covid-19
‘Uniquely egregious’: The disturbing precedent of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s deaccessioning plan
Visionary leaders, big business and the digital boom: 30 years that changed museums
Bubbles, sheikhs and the freeport frenzy: Georgina Adam reflects on 30 years of art market reporting
For the arts, there’s only one choice in this election
The only way is ethics: US museums should not neglect provenance research in the funding crisis
Done right, selling museum pieces can work—but probably not with Michelangelos
Philip Guston drew Richard Nixon's face as a hairy scrotum and phallus—what would he make of President Trump?
Gatherings are taboo in the Covid-19 world, so where does that leave experiential art?
Art unions need to agitate beyond worker contracts
How to save Venice: a five-point plan by a leading citizen
Banksy’s activism is his greatest work
'We cannot build a truly globalised art world without China'
'Be commercially minded or lose future funding': UK government's threat puts museums in peril
Why we should be concerned about President Erdogan turning museums into mosques
Remembering the beautiful melancholy of Matthew Wong
National Trust restructuring plans are ‘one of the most damaging assaults on art historical expertise ever seen in the UK’
Business can and should help the arts through this crisis
'Museums need to press the reset button and become more radical'
The problem with Marc Quinn's Black Lives Matter sculpture
'When the politics change, so must the statues'
Photographs are the monuments of our online visual culture
'If a person of African descent wants a career in the arts—well, good luck'
Can the art market be an ally in the fight for racial equality?
We need to talk about guarantees. And art loans
No rest for the frazzled for many in the art world
If we want more artists like Khadija Saye, we need to give young BAME people the help they need
US needs monuments celebrating African American history, not Confederate statues
Art and social media: do museums need memes?
Institutions need to follow artists’ lead to make a material impact on the world
What’s the ideal post-pandemic art market? One that's no longer a Disneyland for the rich
Oxford Economics report: an emergency fund for the UK creative sector 'needs to come soon'
Museums will need ethical funders all the more after the coronavirus crisis
Who are the art market's virtual winners?
Museums are about to reopen—but should they?
Eight ways museums could make the most of the coronavirus crisis
Edward Colston monument: 'UK must face the truth of what helped it become a mighty power'
Dread Scott: America God Damn
The Art Newspaper's statement on the Black Lives Matter movement
What sort of art will we want after the pandemic ends?
Must London always win? National Gallery of Scotland cancels Titian show for all the wrong reasons
The US has a big racism problem and the art world is not helping
After Covid-19, museums need to plan ‘must see’ exhibitions instead of blockbusters
Why I made a mountain of fortune cookies in my little London flat during lockdown—all in the name of art
Our mission is to be Miami’s art museum—that’s why we spent $145,000 to buy works from local galleries
Art museums should use their endowments to help battle climate change
Why the Association of Art Museum Directors’s move on deaccessioning matters so much
After years of sanctions and political upheaval, the pandemic is a new hurdle for the fragile Iranian art scene
Auctions are like dating: you can do it online, but sparks only fly in the flesh
Britain's young artists had a hard time before the pandemic. What will happen to them now?
Selling art online? Here are the legal pitfalls to avoid
'Being an art historian now is easier and more productive than it’s ever been'
When this is all over we must reimagine the infrastructure of the arts
Why we cancelled the 2020 FotoFocus Biennial and dispersed its $800,000 budget as arts grants
Auctions: what will change, post-Covid-19?
'Politicians have failed us': Michael Craig-Martin's thoughts from isolation
UK artists deserve a New Deal
Greetings from a museum leaving lockdown: lessons from Beijing's UCCA Center for Contemporary Art
Museums must adopt new models to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic
‘I’ve always been wary of big business’: Paula Cooper on weathering adversity and building better social systems
Economic reports reveal drastic loss of arts jobs in the US
In New York, two-thirds of posts in the creative sector are gone, while nearly a quarter of the workforce in Los Angeles has been cut
Thirty-seven years with Richard Feigen: the dealer who was a collector first—and sold to feed his habit
Frances Beatty remembers a mentor who would rather give you a lecture on Max Beckmann or Peter Saul than sell you a Van Gogh, but who could do both
Remembering Richard Feigen, the high-profile dealer with an outsider's straight-talking outlook on the art industry
New York gallerist railed against auction houses, the inflation of prices and reputations, the industrial expansion of the art market, while still doing great business
BlogAdventures with Van Gogh
Bought for around $1,000, now worth $10m: where was the newly unveiled Van Gogh landscape hidden away?
Montmartre windmill painting is on view with Sotheby’s for the first time since it left the easel
ReviewThree to see
Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend
From Guadalupe Maravilla at PPOW to David Goldblatt at Pace
After San Francisco loses Gagosian, the city's galleries are collaborating to survive
Mega-gallery's closure will not affect Californian city's small but vibrant art scene, local dealers say—this is "not a place that responds to grandiose braggadoci"
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'Black grief and white grievance' at New York’s New Museum
Stonehenge: could a road tunnel ruin the ancient site?
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New normal for Old Masters: Botticelli's record online sale and new AI research on Leonardo's Salvator Mundi
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The white supremacist art at the heart of the US Capitol
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2020: the year in review
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Brexit: how will it change the art market?
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Contemporary public art: who is it for?
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Is the future of museums in Africa?
Revisiting the Thanksgiving myth: the Mayflower and the Wampanoag, 400 years on
Where art fairs still happen: the Shanghai buzz
US election: How Trump’s presidency has affected the arts
Has coronavirus helped unmask the real prices of art?
The great museum sell-off: should public collections deaccession to survive Covid-19?
What does the Philip Guston delay tell us about museums and race?
Frieze: the show goes on. Plus, Theaster Gates
Artemisia and Frida: great art, turbulent lives
Sell the Michelangelo or lose 150 staff? The Royal Academy of Arts’s Covid-19 conundrum
This is America: Grayson Perry on race and class
Berlin: still a magnet for artists?
Cancelled: should good artists pay for bad behaviour?
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Virginia Commonwealth University launches programme dedicated to the art of podcasting
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Ready to see some art? The top exhibitions of the summer
What will culture be like in the next decade?
Staff cuts: are museums protecting their workers?
Hong Kong: has the new law 'destroyed' the art scene?
The destruction of Australia’s ancient Aboriginal heritage
Art and social media: do museums need memes?
What to do about problematic statues?
How to visit a gallery during a pandemic
Let’s talk about race: museums and the battle against white privilege
Houston, do we have a problem? The verdict on early museum openings in Texas
Raphael: as great as Leonardo and Michelangelo?
Is the future of the art market online?
Exclusive: Marina Abramovic on performance art post-pandemic
Can new tech recreate the hand of an Old Master?
Sophie Matisse retraces her great-grandfather's footsteps for emotional BBC film
The end of the blockbuster? Museums in a post-pandemic world
Donald Judd 101: the great artist in depth
Art theft: are museums safe under lockdown?
Can the art market weather the coronavirus storm?
Saving the art world’s self-employed amidst the coronavirus crisis
Coronavirus: dispatches from Italy and China
Fill your ears with art: the top culture podcasts to listen to during the coronavirus lockdown
Titian’s poesie: an in-depth tour of 'the most beautiful pictures in the world'
Remembering Ulay. Plus, how coronavirus cancelled Art Basel in Hong Kong
Surrealism: what was Britain's role?
Shirin Neshat on why Frida Kahlo is one of her favourite artists
Who owns the Parthenon Marbles?
Does Los Angeles want a big art fair?
Tschabalala Self and radical figurative painting
The story of a fake Gauguin at the Getty
2020: art market issues and big shows
2019: the year in review
Bananaman: who is Maurizio Cattelan? Plus, art and comedy
Turner Prize shocker: what next? Plus, Teresita Fernández in Miami
Troy: the show and the problem with BP sponsorship
John Lennon wanted Hitler on cover of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album
Dora Maar and Jann Haworth: acclaim at last
Anselm Kiefer on why size matters
Anselm Kiefer interview. Plus, New York auction 'gigaweek'
Tutmania returns. Plus, Duchamp in the US
From 'piecemealing' medievalist to TV darling: how Janina Ramirez is championing slow media about culture
Gunpowder, treason and plot: how artists have captured fireworks throughout history
Special: Fireworks! Picturing pyrotechnics with professor Simon Werrett
Dread Scott’s slave revolt reenactment. Plus, Pre-Raphaelite Sisters
Leonardo at the Louvre: the spectacular show and the Salvator Mundi no-show
MoMA special: our verdict on the museum opening of the year
Agnes Denes: environmental art pioneer. Plus, Rembrandt-Velázquez and De Hooch
Mark Bradford addresses modern-day xenophobia through Greek mythology and a Motown classic
Frieze week: Ai Weiwei, Mark Bradford, Peter Doig, Melanie Gerlis, Hettie Judah
Special: is art education in crisis? Featuring Bob and Roberta Smith
Museum ethics. Plus, the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Tate's William Blake blockbuster. Plus, Pace and the New York gallery boom
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How To With John Wilson raises the video tutorial to poetic heights
The HBO “docu-comedy” series brings an absurdist view to everyday city life
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Local researchers work to uncover story behind mysterious mural in English church
Residents of a Surrey village are piecing together the history of the colourful and detailed paintings done by a local woman more than 100 years ago
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Magnum photographer Khalik Allah releases epic film portrayal of social and racial injustice on the streets of Harlem
Created in just 8 months, IWOW: I Walk On Water is a sprawling three-hour long paean to some of New York’s most marginalised people
Is this video of Petr Davydtchenko devouring a live bat the first performance art NFT?
Or does the title belong to a crypto work by Pak, recently acquired by a Sotheby's specialist?
Belarus culture figures face severe repression for criticising 'Europe's last dictator', amnesty report reveals
Artists among those being arrested and tortured for speaking up against President Aleksandr Lukashenko
National Gallery in London and Hugh Lane Gallery in Dublin reach 'collegiate' agreement over disputed art collection
After long-running row over the bequest of 19th-century collector Hugh Lane, new deal adds two paintings to rotating loan and greater collaboration between the two museums
A colossal water tank at Mass Moca will house James Turrell’s latest Skyspace
The work is due to be unveiled this spring and was envisioned by Turrell when he first visited the campus in 1987
Street viewing exhibitions provide creative comfort for art-starved Londoners
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Speed Art Museum will reflect on the death of Breonna Taylor in an exhibition
A panel of advisors including the artists Theaster Gates and Amy Sherald will explore the ways that art can address the police killing
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From Goya to Goldin: new museum puts Spanish city of Cáceres on the art world map
Dealer Helga de Alvear has donated her entire collection of 3,000 works, which include pieces by Tacita Dean, Louise Bourgeois, Olafur Eliasson and Wassily Kandinsky
Banana tape artist Maurizio Cattelan creates Vanity Fair Hollywood cover featuring Zendaya and Awkwafina
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Ethiopian heritage under attack as reports of massacre emerge
Eyewitnesses say Eritrean military stormed an Ethiopian Orthodox Church in Axum, killing hundreds
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Swiss museums can reopen from 1 March as country eases lockdown restrictions
Fondation Beyeler will shows Arp and Rodin while Kunstmuseum Bern has a show on Latin American political art
Jeff Koons and Centre Pompidou lose appeal in Naf Naf copyright case—now other French museums could be in the firing line
The American artist’s sculpture can now no longer be shown in France
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A gift of blue-chip Modern art comes to the Seattle Art Museum
The Friday Foundation, run by the heirs of collectors Jane Lang Davis and Richard E. Lang, has donated 19 works by artists including Bacon, Rothko, Krasner, Pollock, Frankenthaler, Kline and de Kooning
Unseen Van Gogh painting of Paris—owned by one French family for a century—could make $10m at Sotheby’s
The rare work shows a distinctive pastoral side to the city's Montmartre neighbourhood
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See Spot Gun? Art installation controls robot 'dog' to warn public of its 'murderous' military capabilities
The robot's manufacturer expressed disappointment that its creation is being used to "promote violence"
Sotheby's to sell the $150m collection of Texan rancher and philanthropist Anne Marion
The group of predominantly post-war art, including works by Clyfford Still and Andy Warhol, will be sold over a series of sales this spring
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Officials reveal full extent of damage to US Capitol’s art after pro-Trump rampage
Officials explore harm to busts and paintings in the House from chemical sprays and describe frantic efforts to change airflows as melee unfolded
Are museums as Covid-risky as saunas? Culture leaders outraged over late reopening of English art spaces
Commercial galleries, non-essential retail, and even gyms have been given the green light to open before museums under the UK government's "roadmap" to lift coronavirus restrictions
The magical and divine in ancient stones revealed in a game-changing new book
A revolutionary study based on Enlightenment theories explains what coloured marbles meant, from Egypt to the 17th century
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet, painter, and founder of San Francisco’s City Lights bookstore, has died, aged 101
Throughout his life, he continued to paint and write books, showing his literature-infused art in New York just last year
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Lintels at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco to return to Thailand
Museum director says Justice Department’s legal case only served “to cloud the respectful and serious process of deaccession and repatriation”
Aga Khan Museum acquires massive Lego sculpture of an ancient African metropolis
The conceptual work by the Ghanian-Canadian artist Ekow Nimako addresses the cultural impact of Kumbi Saleh, the centre of the trans-Saharan trade route
Bank of England wades into UK's escalating culture war on controversial monuments, saying it will remove images of slave owners
“Retain and explain” or restrain and refrain? Culture chiefs raise the alarm on government’s policy to keep problematic statues ahead of crucial meeting
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As new gallery platform South South launches, collaborator and curator Elvira Dyangani Ose reveals her greatest cultural influences
The director of non-profit gallery The Showroom in London discusses her love of Audre Lorde's poetry and the music of Thelonious Monk
‘Many museums will be lost’: US association appeals to Congress to support funding for institutions
Invoking the pandemic, advocates seek federal money for agencies that support museum programmes as well as operations grants and charitable tax deductions
NewsMuseums & Heritage
Beloved Smithsonian building returns to its pioneering roots
Celebrating an anniversary, Arts and Industries landmark will revisit its beginnings as an incubator of new ideas
Nevada solar power project threatens Michael Heizer’s land art sculpture Double Negative
Local activists are petitioning to protect the artist’s monumental work on the Mormon Mesa
Whitney lays off 15 more staff members, citing ‘extremely low’ attendance
Museum’s director notes that it may take until 2025 for tourists to return in force to New York
'It's like a marriage': Alvaro Barrington and Sadie Coles get frank about artist-dealer relationships
Indigenous artist Chris Pappan honours the creative and political achievements of the late Zitkála-Šá with Google Doodle
The illustration spotlights the pioneering contributions of a woman who “devoted her life to the protection and celebration of her Indigenous heritage” in the 19th century
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Officials confirm: museums in England can reopen from 17 May under Boris Johnson’s lockdown roadmap
Commercial galleries will be permitted to open from 12 April under the new plan to gradually lift Covid-19 safety measures
Banksy-style NFTs have sold for $900,000—but are they the real deal and does it even matter?
One marketplace has already blocked the artist who goes by the name of Pest Supply
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K-punk parties on: new online film commission at ICA in London remembers late cultural theorist Mark Fisher
Five new films delve into Fisher's last lecture series, where he began tracing a beguiling escape route out of capitalism
Munch vandalised own Scream painting, declaring himself a ‘madman’, new research finds
Infrared scans indicate that the phrase, "Can only have been painted by a madman", matches the artist’s handwriting
Mapping the pandemic’s digital deluge: one academic is trying to collate the online projects of every single museum
Chiara Zuanni wants to capture the outpouring of online art offerings both as an archive of the Covid-19 era and as a source of inspiration for art organisations all over the world
'It’s so important for women to have their own business right now': Ivy Crewdson on starting her art advisory
The daughter of sculptor Joel Shapiro, who grew up surrounded by art and artists, says she is "finally connecting the dots of her history"
Arturo Di Modica, sculptor behind New York’s Charging Bull, has died aged 80
In response to the stock market crash, Di Modica illegally installed Charging Bull in front of the New York Stock Exchange in 1989
Richard Rogers-designed drawing gallery hangs dramatically off a French hillside
One of the architect’s final commissions before his retirement is the newest addition to the art- and architecture-studded Chateau La Coste vineyard in southern France
The Big Review—Working Together: the photographers of the Kamoinge Workshop
An important show reflects a New York collective’s chronicles of Black life amid pervasive discrimination in the 1960s and 1970s
Alexander Calder's expansive archive goes digital
A new platform launched by the Calder Foundations features thousands of artworks, photographs, archival documents and publications
Christie’s to accept cryptocurrency for first time
The buyer of Beeple's NFT work will be able to pay with ETH later this month
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Pissarro predicted that Van Gogh 'would either go mad or leave the Impressionists far behind'
Fresh evidence of Camille’s admiration for Vincent: an unpublished document reveals he owned the Dutch artist’s portrait of their paintseller friend Père Tanguy
A German prince is suing his 'ungrateful' son for selling ancestral castle for €1
Ernst August Sr, Prince of Hanover, claims that his son went behind his back to seize control of his estates
Huge fee hikes for EU students who want to study art in the UK come into force from September
Visa issues and increased red tape could also deter European Union applicants, warn university leaders
Risky business: how new US sanctions regulations will actually impact the art market
The US government has the 'regulatory vacuum' in its sights—here is a guide to who will be affected and how
The mullet wasn't just an 80s thing, as this newly unearthed Iron Age figure suggests
Celtic deity from Cambridgeshire sports impeccable hair that is slightly longer at the back
Dolly Parton turns down memorial statue in Tennessee, saying she doesn’t want to be ‘put on a pedestal’
Lawmakers introduced a bill last month to honour the country singer’s contributions to the state
Chicago’s list of 41 public statues for review includes depictions of Native Americans and several monuments of Abraham Lincoln
The city-formed advisory committee is now asking for public feedback on the works, as well as considering proposals for new monuments
Cy Twombly foundation ‘absolutely prepared to take legal action’ after Louvre ‘destroys’ artist’s ceiling painting in renovation works
The US artist's foundation says that it was not consulted over the French museum's changes to the Salle des Bronzes—the Louvre argues it does not have to
Proposed resort and water park threaten ancient heritage of Angkor Wat in Cambodia
Unesco has expressed alarm that the development will encroach onto the protected zone of the World Heritage site
Hauser and Wirth's Menorcan 'quarantine island' will open in July with Mark Bradford show
Warning: contains graphic images of sun-drenched Balearic art idyll
First Paris sale of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s art collection brings in nearly $10m
Works by the artists, and their friends, largely exceeded estimates in the white glove auction. Part two will take place tomorrow
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Charles Venable, president of Indianapolis museum, resigns after controversial job post
The board has issued an apology and pledged to improve its representation of the local community
Met director defends move to consider deaccessioning for collections care rather than art purchases
Max Hollein argues that more art will not necessarily be sold, although proceeds can now go to other purposes amid the pandemic financial crisis
After more than two decades together, artist duo Broomberg and Chanarin commit 'creative suicide'
A "posthumous retrospective" in Barcelona will divide their joint estate
Knight Foundation’s $50,000 fellowship goes to five artists who find ‘creative or poetic’ ways to work with technology
Sondra Perry, Rashaad Newsome and Black Quantum Futurism are among the inaugural recipients of the annual
Asserting a quest for more equity, the Met introduces its first crop of fully paid interns
Students talk about their career goals and how being compensated proved to be an incentive
Smoke sculptures, word gardens and a ‘jackrabbit homestead’: Desert X announces artist projects for third edition
Judy Chicago, Oscar Murillo, Nicholas Galanin and others to present works in Southern California's first major art event since the pandemic shutdown last year
Sobey Art Awards open to Canadian artists of all ages for the first time
The country’s biggest art prize gets bigger, expanding its pool of candidates and increasing its total cash offerings
Amid Covid-19 surge in UAE, Art Dubai fair moves dates and venue
Postponed fair will now host almost half as many galleries as heightened restrictions prevent international travel
Radical plan could move UK's national art collections into former IKEA store in Coventry
The five-storey building will house nearly 17,000 works from the Arts Council and British Council collections, under proposed scheme
Sex toys on the beach? Antony Gormley seaside sculptures—likened to 'vibrators'—fall foul of planning laws
Visitor crush at Vatican museums
Tourists left “shocked and afraid” by their experiences at the museum say Covid-19 security measures were not followed
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Fill your boots: Dr. Martens gives £60,000 for new video commissions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London
Grants will be given to artists to create moving image works to premiere at the ICA's Image Behaviour 2021 forum
Calls for 'art strike' against state-run cultural institutions in Cuba
Art professionals “on and off the island” are urged to stop working with state-run institutions that have been “complicit in their silence” as the government amps up efforts to squash dissent
After long talks, Guggenheim’s unionised employees sign agreement with the museum
Accord includes average pay increases of 10% and annual bonuses for on-call workers
AI robot Ai-Da gets first major exhibition at London's Design Museum—but beware of the (lustful) critics
‘The future of the art market’: Christie’s to become first major auction house to sell a standalone NFT work of art
With investors such as Elon Musk and Chamath Palihapitiya backing the purely digital art form, the trade is beginning to take notice
Bavarian frescoes are confirmed to be among the oldest in northern Europe
New examinations of John the Baptist wall paintings in Augsburg cathedral date them to more than 1,000 years ago
'Building on our strengths': National Gallery London unveils plans for £25m upgrade
Refurbishment, to be partly completed for the museum's 200th anniversary in 2024, will encompass the lobby of the Sainsbury Wing, a new research centre and improved outdoor space
Indianapolis museum apologises for posted job description describing a ‘core, white art audience’
Institution edits wording of director’s job opening to eliminate “white” after an outcry
Got space, need art: how Instagram helps art advisers during the pandemic
The hashtag #findartthatfits, an initiative of Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, is part of an art advisory campaign to assist prospective buyers
Keep problematic monuments and ‘explain them’, UK government to tell cultural leaders
Opponents argue that some public statues reinforce racism, chauvinism, sexism and homophobia
House of Frieze: fair company reveals more details about new London gallery space
No.9 Cork Street will launch in October, to be hired out to galleries for pop-up exhibitions and used for Frieze talks and events year round
British Museum hires curator to research history of its collection, also covering contested objects such as the Parthenon Marbles
"Issues such as the role of the slave trade and empire… will be relevant to some of the research undertaken," a museum spokeswoman says
Ukrainian art scholar reportedly tortured and imprisoned by Russian forces on ‘absurd’ espionage charges
International Council of Museums committees in Ukraine and Poland appeal for help to secure Olena Pekh's release
Teresa Burga, trailblazing Peruvian conceptualist artist, has died, aged 86
Although overlooked by art institutions until only recently, she continued to create work about artificial systems and bureaucracies during a 30-year career in Lima's customs office
MOCA in Los Angeles will redefine its director’s duties and hire a new executive to oversee operations
Klaus Biesenbach will serve as artistic director once a financial leader is in place
The art world goes dating: Instagram account Freeze Magazine uses art memes to pair its followers
Local man charged in attempted robbery from Rochester’s Memorial Art Gallery
George Haag, who has pleaded not guilty, says he thought the portrait of Andy Warhol “would look better somewhere else” and “just wanted to make people laugh”
‘Absurd’, yet 'deadly serious’: Alex Da Corte will create the Met’s next rooftop installation
Sculptural installation will plumb the possibility of hope amid the devastation of the coronavirus pandemic
BlogThe Buck stopped here
Exotic aphrodisiacs and perverse sex: dive into Viktor Wynd's cabinet of curiosities this Valentine's Day
BlogAdventures with Van Gogh
Hockney and Van Gogh paintings meet in Houston for exhibition on the joys of nature
Despite Covid-19, the show will open with works now safely flown across the Atlantic