September sees multiple new additions to museum collections, including the Getty’s record-breaking purchase of a Roman cabinet once owned by a Pope and a King
Nicholas Serota has carved out an extraordinary cultural leadership role during his 30 years at the Tate. Who can fill his shoes?
The Limbach Commission mediates Nazi-looted art restitution disputes – but is it effective?
John Darlington discusses the organisation’s work to protect heritage around the world, and how recent restructuring will affect its future
This annual celebration of design gets bigger every year. Here are the key exhibits that you should not miss
These important examples of 19th-century architecture could be lost if action isn’t taken soon
In advance of its major Oscar Wilde exhibition, the Petit Palais plays host to an event exploring the dandy through history
Your chance to win ‘Rembrandt: The Painter Thinking’ by Ernst van de Wetering
Apollo celebrated the latest Apollo 40 Under 40 – and kicked off the new art season – with a party in London
The longstanding director of Tate is moving on after almost 30 years, replacing Sir Peter Bazalgette at the ACE
Nirmal Sethia talks about the Chitra Collection, one of the world’s finest private collection of historical – and explains the true significance of tea