Returning the Grimani sculpture collection to its dramatic 16th-century setting feels like a dream, says Toto Bergamo Rossi
The Serpentine’s Chief Technology Officer talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about Bitcoin, Benedictine monks and more
The Art Fund is disbanding its volunteer network – is the culture sector becoming too professional?
The great Gothic cathedral has inspired innumerable artists and writers over the centuries
Grayson Perry’s Brexit vases and Tarsila do Amaral’s moon painting have entered public collections recently
Ed Vaizey and Michael Hall debate whether politicians should relocate for good when the Palace of Westminster closes for repairs
The actor talks to Gabrielle Schwarz about his ‘addiction’ to collecting art – from Tintin to Tracey Emin
Lars Hendrikman talks about curating an exhibition of sculptures attributed to the unknown woodcarver
A Peter Doig landscape, a Banksy banknote, and a rare Rembrandt have entered public collections recently
Federal museums were closed for more than a month during the recent shutdown. What can they do to protect themselves in the future?
Thomas Marks talks to Jonathan T.D. Neil from Sotheby’s Institute of Art about LA’s rapidly expanding art scene – and whether it’s sustainable
A medieval book coffer and a painting by Rembrandt’s teacher are among the top recent museum acquisitions
The ceramic artist is showing her own work alongside historic pieces from all over the world
Are volunteer board members a useful source of good will and money, or do they tie museums to the whims of the wealthy?
The artist’s ‘Waterfall’ series is about the movement of water, the movement of paint – and the painter’s own moves around the canvas
A Midwestern epic painting and minimalist marvels were among the top works to enter museum collections last month
Highlights include a celebration of Cosimo de’ Medici at the Uffizi and ceramics from Africa at the Design Museum in Munich
Gabrielle Schwarz talks to the critic and scholar Erika Balsom about her experience working between the worlds of art and cinema
From Leonardo to the Prado, and from the Bauhaus to the birth of John Ruskin, 2019 is full of significant anniversaries
In the wake of some of the worst flooding in recent history, and with its population in decline, the city is in troubled waters
Thomas Marks talks to Paul Melton from Sotheby’s Institute of Art about the impact of Instagram and other social media platforms on the art market