Roman coins discovered in ruins of castle in Okinawa

Plus: Arrests in Greece over alleged antiquities smuggling | Local authority posits total funding cut to Lyon’s Musée des Confluences | ICA Miami closes due to Hurricane Matthew | and Tate acquires works at Frieze with WME | IMG Fund

6 Oct 2016

Arts Council England reveals ‘ambitious’ funding for 2018–22

Plus: Audrey Azoulay announces funding increase for French museums | Czech police arrest Russian artist for hooliganism | Otto Dix picture book rediscovered | and Leipzig Academy of Arts launches enrolment programme for refugees

5 Oct 2016

David Byrne to stage neuroscience exhibition at Pace

Plus: 3Arts awards $250,000 to 10 Chicago artists | Hauser & Wirth announces worldwide representation of Arshile Gorky Estate | and Sam Gappmayer takes over at John Michael Kohler Arts Center

4 Oct 2016

Exhibition at Sakharov Center vandalised by Russian nationalists

Plus: Met faces lawsuit over Picasso painting allegedly sold under duress | Activists claim British Museum ‘broke own rules’ over BP sponsorship | David Adjaye and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye join Serpentine board | and recommended reading

3 Oct 2016

Stolen Van Gogh paintings recovered in Italy

Plus: Centre Pompidou to open museum in Brussels | Diane Wilsey remains head of the board of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco | Stolen icon returns to Russia | and recommended reading

30 Sep 2016
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Metropolitan Museum cuts 34 jobs

Plus: Portuguese government decides to keep Miró works in Porto | Catherine Pégard to stay on as director at Versailles | Durham University and Auckland Castle join up to create £1.6 million research centre for Spanish art | and Tino Sehgal wins 2016 Hans Molfenter Prize

29 Sep 2016

Anish Kapoor: Versailles vandalism was ‘inside job’

Plus: Neue Gallery reacquires Karl Schmidt-Rottluff’s Nude | Antiquities museum opens in Basra | Vladimir Potanin makes major donation of Russian contemporary art to Pompidou Centre | and Daniel Crouch Rare Books to launch New York gallery

28 Sep 2016

Radical Islamist sentenced to nine years in jail for Timbuktu cultural destruction

Plus: Wim Pijbes quits as director of Voorlinden Museum | Barcelona councillors call for toppling of ‘colonialist’ Columbus statue | Cologne to return work bought by Hildebrand Gurlitt in 1939 | and Pierre Huyghe wins Nasher Prize

27 Sep 2016

Jacob Jordaens painting discovered at Swansea Museum

Plus : Antiques dealers arrested as ivory seized in New York | Jock Sturges’ Moscow exhibition closes after ‘child pornography’ protests | Civil Rights Museum turns down visit from Trump visit | and recommended reading

26 Sep 2016

Buffalo museum raises $103 million for extension in record time

Plus: Artist calls for boycott of show at St Louis Contemporary Art Museum | David Attenborough unveils portrait in Leicester’s New Walk Museum | and recommended reading

23 Sep 2016

Ulay claims victory in court case against Marina Abramovic

Plus: Future of Jonas Dahlberg’s Utøya massacre memorial in doubt | Sadiq Khan orders review into Garden Bridge procurement | Fire ravages Stockholm's Royal Institute of Art | and artists among recipients of MacArthur Foundation’s ‘Genius’ grant

22 Sep 2016

François Hollande announces creation of global fund for protection of cultural heritage

Plus: Tate acquires Joan Carlile portrait | Todd Palmer appointed executive director of Chicago Architecture Biennale | Gallery of Everything opens with Jarvis Cocker show in London

21 Sep 2016
Study of a Kneeling Man (c.1529), Titian.

Export bar for £4.4 million Titian drawing

Plus: Manuel Rabaté named director of Louvre Abu Dhabi | New impetus for Frank Gehry designed Eisenhower memorial | Neolithic statuette discovered in Turkey | and Roger Hiorns wins 2016 Faena Prize

20 Sep 2016

Stefan Kalmár named director of ICA

Plus : Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery wins Freelands Prize | Stolen pre-Columbian sculpture rediscovered in London | David Breslin to join curatorial team at the Whitney | and recommended reading

19 Sep 2016

Canadian museum steps up efforts for return of First Nations objects

Plus: Peter Zumthor selected for Fondation Beyeler extension | Rijksmuseum attributes six works to Hercules Segers | Swiss Institute to reopen on St Mark’s Place | and recommended reading

16 Sep 2016
The courtyard of New York's Museum of Modern Art.

MoMA makes exhibition archive available online

Plus: Renders of Thomas Heatherwick’s Hudson Yards project unveiled | Design competition for UK Holocaust Memorial Centre launched | Solveig Settemsdal awarded Jerwood Drawing Prize | Hamza Walker named director of LAXART | and Northern England dominates Victorian Society’s ‘Top Ten Endangered Buildings’ list

15 Sep 2016

Leighton House awarded funds for final phase of restoration

Plus: Alec Baldwin sues Mary Boone | Emerige steps in to finance Paris’s ‘Art City’ | Australia bars export of Herbert Badham painting

14 Sep 2016

Dedicated ‘artist zones’ proposed for London

Plus: Recipients of 2016 Praemium Imperiale revealed | Shortlist announced for Taylor Wessing photography prize | Investec to sponsor this year’s PAD | and Art Berlin Contemporary cuts number of exhibitors

13 Sep 2016

Greta Moll’s grandchildren sue National Gallery

Design revealed for World Trade Center arts venue | MCH Group takes stake in India Art Fair | Lebanon wins inaugural London Design Biennale medal | and recommended reading

12 Sep 2016
York Art Gallery. Photo © Giles Rocholl

Museum entry fees have little impact on visitor diversity, study suggests

Plus: Kamel Mennour to open London space | American Museum of Natural History moves forward with expansion plans

9 Sep 2016
Director of Tate Sir Nicholas Serota during a press conference at the Tate Modern on June 14, 2016 in London, England. Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images

Nicholas Serota to leave Tate in 2017

Plus: Araki photos censored in Mexico City | Egyptian artist ordered to modify ‘indecent’ public sculpture | and Josef Helfenstein appointed director of Kunstmuseum Basel

8 Sep 2016

Turkish government suspends archaeological work at Ephesus

Plus: Thirty-eight convicted over Drouot thefts | Museum of Arts and Design names Jorge Daniel Veneciano as director | Steve McQueen wins Johannes Vermeer Art Award | and London’s Lincoln Plaza named ‘worst new building in UK’

7 Sep 2016

Finnish state funding blocked for Helsinki Guggenheim

Plus: Mary Fedden and Julian Trevelyan collection to be sold to fund studio refurbishment | Bankside residents clash with Tate Modern over viewing deck concerns | and nominees revealed for 2017 Absolut Art Award

6 Sep 2016
Martin Roth, Apollo magazine, 40 Under 40 Europe

V&A director Martin Roth resigns

Plus: UNESCO condemns destruction of 9th-century mosque in Yemen | Çanakkale Biennial in Turkey cancelled

5 Sep 2016