What’s in store at the National Portrait Gallery?
A tour of some of the highlights of the NPG’s hidden collection
What’s in store at the Ateneum Art Museum?
The Ateneum holds the Finnish national art collection from the mid 18th century to 1960, but only a sixth of its works are on display.
What’s in store at the State Hermitage Museum?
The Hermitage has more than 3 million items in its collection, so making its stores accessible is quite a feat
What’s in store at the National Galleries of Scotland?
Thousands of artworks are hidden away in Edinburgh’s Granton Stores. We got an exclusive tour…
Artists address the Armenian genocide at the Istanbul Biennial
Curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev sees art as a way of ‘shaping the souls of people’ for the better
The Best of the Istanbul Biennial
Five highlights from Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev’s programme, which dwells on its location’s history
Five highlights from the Edinburgh Art Festival – and two to miss
It’s a patchy programme this year, but a few projects stand out
Assemble: could 18 young architects take home the Turner Prize?
To be honest, the art world bats barely an eyelash at this ‘new’ development
‘The Next Helsinki’ and the Guggenheim Helsinki are as bad as each other
Should the city even close a few museums instead of designing more?
Looking ahead: Katie Paterson discusses her ‘Future Library’
Katie Paterson’s latest work will be one hundred years in the making
Open the stores: conservation, collections and the museum of the future
Most museums are like icebergs, the vast bulk of their collections are hidden. Does it have to be that way?
Homecoming: Sergio Larrain’s photographs on display in Chile
Larrain’s powerful work hasn’t been on display in his home country since the 1960s
Spaced Out: why the universe outshines art
I’m genuinely not sure how much artists can bring to the table when it comes to the subject of space
Found at the Fair
A round-up of the highlights from this year’s contemporary projects at the London Art Fair
Installation art is assumed to be inherently more engaging than other genres – so why are visitors so often left to watch from the wings?
Public Relations: Adam Buck’s Regency portrait miniatures
The height of his popularity was also the beginning of the end