Plans have been unveiled for a new gallery at Goldsmiths, to be designed by London-based architecture collective Assemble
Are encyclopaedic museums concentrating too much on contemporary art? News and comment from the Muse Room
Renfrew, who set up Art HK (now Art Basel in Hong Kong) in 2008, will start at Bonhams this September as Deputy Chairman, Asia
The influential artist died on 17 July, shortly after the opening of an exhibition of his work in Berlin
Should photography be allowed in museums? Are the decorative arts in decline? Would you download a work of art?
‘Art Everywhere’ have announced the images that will displayed across the UK this summer
News and comment from the Muse Room: we’re delighted to announce the judging panel for 40 Under 40, a new supplement…
‘A perfect fusion of art and landscape’ the YSP has been named Museum of the Year 2014
News and comment from the Muse Room: arts funding winners and losers, Scottish contemporary artists, and the women behind abstraction
Susan Moore and Emma Crichton-Miller will lead tours of Mayfair and St James’s galleries as part of the first London Art Weekend
A round-up of news and comment from The Muse Room: Nicholas Penny’s retirement, the Mauritshuis reopening, and significance of selfies
Instead of conflating ‘selfies’ and self-portraits, shouldn’t museums stand up for historic art as worthy in its own right?
The Decorated Cave of Pont-d’Arc is 36,000 years old and the oldest cultural property on UNESCO’s lists. Its new replica is set to open in 2015.
The Venice Architecture Biennale, the Battle of Orgreave, digital catalogues, portrait busts and a critique of Richard Mosse… comment from the Muse Room
News, comment and opinion from this week’s Muse Room: arts and crafts, ivory, twitter, public art, hidden stores and a $20 million stamp
The De Morgan Foundation is seeking a new home for its collection
Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon’s collaborative glass sculptures are interestingly out of place in the Wiltshire countryside
A response to the Jewish Museum shooting; Marina Abramović in trouble over nothing; connoisseurship now; Outsider Art; and Matisse at the cinema
Marina Abramović intends to do nothing at the Serpentine Galleries this summer. But nothing has been done before…
This week’s news and comment from the Muse Room: Michael Schmidt, the Glasgow School of Art, auction highlights, and troublesome renovations
70% of the contents of the Glasgow School of Art have been salvaged by firefighters after a major blaze
But authenticity is hardly Hirst’s own strong point