Which talented young people are making waves in the Asia Pacific art world?
Your chance to win ‘Marie-Antoinette’, by Hélène Delalex, Alexandre Maral and Nicolas Milovanovic
From Le Corbusier’s modernist buildings to impressive prehistoric architecture, here’s a round-up of the new additions
Arts Council England is making significant changes to its investment processes: a round-up of the key headlines and implications for the culture sector
Cambodia’s historic temples are some of the most impressive in the world, but there’s so much more hidden beneath the forest floor
Your chance to win ‘Court and Cosmos: The Great Age of the Seljuqs’, published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Art and design highlights include treasures from Hamilton Palace and Napoleon’s tea-service
Both the Courtauld and the Menil Collection acquire important works by Jasper Johns, while SFMOMA bolsters its already impressive photography collection
Your chance to win ‘Endeavouring Banks: Exploring the Collections from the Endeavour Voyage 1768–1771’
Representation by a leading gallery can make an artist’s career. But do commercial galleries hold too much sway over contemporary art and artists?
The latest updates as key figures and organisations comment on the UK’s vote to leave the European Union
Your chance to win ‘Edward Bawden Scrapbooks’, by Peyton Skipwith and Brian Webb
Seriousness combines with pleasure at the Holburne Museum, says director Jennifer Scott, as the museum celebrates the centenary of its move to the former Sydney Hotel in Bath
Five artists are in the running for Canada’s prestigious contemporary art prize
As Tate Modern’s new extension is unveiled, leading curators, museum directors, and critics consider how the institution has shaped the audience for art since it first opened
Would a ‘leave’ vote spell disaster for the UK’s thriving art trade, or open up new opportunities to it? Two experts debate the question