Despite the creative possibilities and environmental benefits of refurbishment, developers are all too eager to start over
The theft of 2,000 items is a scandal that points to wider failures of leadership and oversight. So can the museum right what has gone wrong by itself?
By brightening up corporate spaces, employers are trying to tempt remote workers back to business as usual
In the absence of clearer rules, institutions should obey the spirit and not just the letter of the law – and be more careful with material they may have to return
The sculptor’s chandelier, now export-stopped by the UK government, once hung in the offices of Cyril Connolly’s Horizon magazine
A portrait saved for the nation has been praised for representing racial equality in 17th-century Britain, but it’s mainly a warning to women everywhere
A string of recent exhibitions have done much to raise the profile of so-called outsider artists
When the country renews its membership in July, it will pay back dues of more than $500m – but it does so on its own terms
The foundation should never have pursued the copyright case against Lynn Goldsmith and it should be grateful it lost
The much-debated new displays suffer from weak artworks, tokenism and terrible lighting
Edward Behrens on the finalists for this year’s Loewe Foundation Craft Prize
The Sainsbury Centre’s new director is taking a more touchy-feely approach to displaying the permanent collection
For too long, Britain’s lack of regard for the song contest has been rewarded by poor results. It’s time to make more of an effort.
With all eyes on the coronation, it’s worth remembering that the scene of the ceremony remains a work in progress
A new report shows that most practitioners are still working for love rather than fair pay
The hunt is on for an epic mural depicting ‘Country Life in Britain’ – but chances are it’s a wild goose chase
At once a local treasure and world-class hub, the Sunderland institution will close if funds cannot quickly be found
The sculptor who was also a much-loved teacher at the Slade treated both students and audiences with the utmost respect
Hettie Judah revisits the past as it is presented by artists delving into the archives and reusing old footage
The threats to the art fair have been piling up for years. So what’s pushed it over the edge?
Plans to plonk a massive office block on top of the station’s glass roof are as dreadful as they sound
Hettie Judah on what artists have got right (and also wrong) when it comes to depictions of girls
The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation is one of Germany’s most important cultural institutions, but why is its name such a relic from the past?