The closure of an entire unit, specialising in the policing of a complex but valuable part of our national economy, must be wrong
When treasures wash up on the banks of the River Thames, London’s mudlarkers are ready to find them
Could virtual tours of artworks change the way we experience art – and is this technological approach worth welcoming?
Turkey has had a turbulent couple of years, but members of the country’s artistic community remain optimistic
The museum has a glittering reputation, but ensuring its future success will require bold thinking and a significant overhaul
Ethical questions about art arise on a seemingly weekly basis. It’s time for museums to invest in sustained, open-ended research
Archaeological discoveries at Greenwich are rare – which makes finding the remains of the Tudor palace even more significant
They don’t make collectors like Francesco Federico Cerruti any more. Or do they?