Germany to replace advisory panel for Nazi-looted art with binding arbitration

Plus: Met employees and volunteers call for the museum to defend Palestinian cultural heritage, and Russian security forces raid artists’s homes before the presidential elections

17 Mar 2024

Four things to see: Isadora Duncan

To mark the anniversary of Isadora Duncan’s first performance in Europe, we look at four artworks that immortalise the trailblazing dancer

15 Mar 2024

How should collectors handle restitution? – a talk at TEFAF Maastricht

Apollo editor Edward Behrens chairs a panel discussion on the complex topic of restitution in the art world

14 Mar 2024

French court finds Guy Wildenstein guilty of money laundering and tax fraud

Plus: tax relief for museums and galleries in the UK is made permanent, and Lucas Samaras (1936–2024)

10 Mar 2024

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2024

A Chardin still life and a pair of wooden sculptures from medieval Japan are among the most important works to have entered public collections last month

9 Mar 2024

Britta Marakatt-Labba: Moving the Needle

The Nasjonalmuseet Oslo’s retrospective of work by Britta Marakatt-Labba includes embroidered pieces that tell stories of Sami life

8 Mar 2024

Broncia Koller-Pinell: An Artist and her Network

Paintings by the Austrian Expressionist artist are paired with work by her better-known peers at the Belvedere in Vienna

8 Mar 2024

Irving Penn

Some 175 photographs spanning Irving Penn’s seven-decade career go on show at the de Young Museum in San Francisco

8 Mar 2024

Soufiane Ababri

For Ababri’s first major exhibition in the UK, the Barbican’s Curve gallery is filled with works that reflect on queer life and love

8 Mar 2024

In the studio with… Woody De Othello

The San Franciscan painter and ceramicist uses jazz, podcasts and Bay Area nature to help him create fantastical anthropomorphic works out of clay

7 Mar 2024

Four things to see: Mosaics

In honour of the centenary of Eduardo Paolozzi’s birth, we look at four works that convey the dazzling variety of forms mosaics have taken throughout history

7 Mar 2024

Beyond TEFAF – the shows to see in and around Maastricht this month

Among the exhibitions that can be seen in a day trip from the fair are Frans Hals in Amsterdam, Immanuel Kant in Bonn and Sung Hwan Kim in Eindhoven

4 Mar 2024

The week in art news – a looted Ethiopian shield is withdrawn from auction

Plus: The Palestinian artist Fathi Ghaben has died after being unable to leave Gaza for medical treatment

2 Mar 2024

Weaving Abstraction in Ancient and Modern Art

The Met is pairing ancient Andean weaving with textiles by 20th-century women artists to explore the ties that bind them.

1 Mar 2024

Roy Lichtenstein: A Centennial Exhibition

Some 100 irreverent works by the Pop art pioneer go on show at the Albertina in Vienna.

1 Mar 2024

Tropical Modernism: Architecture and Independence

The V&A is shining a light on a mid-century architectural movement that fused modernist aesthetics with post-colonial sensibilities

1 Mar 2024

Dan Flavin: Dedications in Lights

The artist’s installations created from fluorescent tubes are lighting up the Kunstmuseum in Basel.

1 Mar 2024

Four things to see: Women and medicine

In tribute to Rebecca Lee Crumpler, the trailblazing African American who qualified as a doctor 160 years ago today, we look at four works that celebrate the women who have shaped medicine over the years

1 Mar 2024

The week in art news – Birmingham Council to axe entire arts budget by 2026

Plus: The V&A gets another chance to keep its 12th-century walrus ivory carving

23 Feb 2024

In the studio with… Outi Pieski

The artist works from her home in the wilds of northern Finland, where she sews textile pieces beside a wood-burning stove to the sound of Sami radio

23 Feb 2024

On the Backs of Camels

The Weltmuseum Wien makes its contribution to the International Year of the Camel with an exhibition that celebrates the mammalian family in its all forms

23 Feb 2024

Blood: Medieval/Modern

Medieval Christianity went all out for blood and what it represented. The Getty Center presents some macabre objects of devotion and some modern responses in kind

23 Feb 2024

The Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism

The Met presents art by figures from the African American-led movement and puts it at the heart of 20th-century modernism

23 Feb 2024

Exteriors – Annie Ernaux and Photography

The Maison Européenne de la photographie finds the writer looking outwards and pairs her observations with images from its own collection

23 Feb 2024