The contested building was recently, for the first time, the site of the annual celebration of the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople
From 3 to 10 July the galleries of Mayfair and St James’s are putting on physical and digital displays to appeal to dedicated connoisseurs and casual browsers alike
The role of leading Anglo-Jewish figures in the development of the fledgling museum deserves to be better known
The remains of the Red Lion, recently unearthed in Whitechapel, show us a dress rehearsal for the great Elizabethan theatres
Plus: American Museum of Natural History to remove statue of Theodore Roosevelt | Guggenheim curatorial staff demand end of ‘discriminatory practices’ | Philadelphia Museum of Art to cut staff by more than 20 per cent | The Met plans to reopen at end of August
• An interview with Alfredo Jaar
• Touch and distance in noli me tangere scenes
• The legacy of Bernard Leach
• Cooking with Lee Miller
Plus: The revival of building with mud, what collecting means in a crisis, an 18th-century design bible, the paintings of Sofonisba Anguissola – and is it worth taking a virtual tour of a museum?
The pandemic has made existing problems in arts funding only too apparent. How can museums safeguard their futures?
The German artist is closely linked with conceptual and minimalist art, but her DIY approach was quite singular
Should we see the painter as a Renaissance feminist or as a product of her upbringing?
Recent mining blasts at a sacred site in Western Australia have fired up protestors
A documentary about the unlikely friendship between an artist and the man who stole her work raises tantalising questions about image-making and ownership
Painters from Constable to the present day have been inspired by urban waterways as a place for both lovers and labourers
From online exhibitions on past epidemics to new collecting projects, these institutions bear witness to the unfolding of history
The artist discusses his unorthodox methods, his long partnership with the late Jeanne-Claude, and finally being allowed to wrap the Arc de Triomphe
All eight surviving paintings from the lost Mondsee altarpiece are reunited for the first time at the Upper Belvedere
From soil to sand – a pan-African troupe’s performance of the ballet was filmed on the beach in Senegal just before lockdown
This exhibition at the Pompidou considers the formative years the artist duo spent in the French capital