Clusters of centenary exhibitions and publications may well bring new material to light. But what do they tell us about the way we think now?
Red tape, nepotism, funding shortages…The Italian museum system has long been in need of an overhaul
An inventive 21st-century response to copyright infringement
There’s been global concern over the fate of Palmyra after ISIS seized the site. Why are its ancient ruins so significant?
It all started in 1995 when a jet-lagged Stephen Hannock walked into the Met
Too well behaved to be remembered: a rare bust of Marie-Thérèse offers a glimpse of the Sun King’s consort
We have a few ideas…
Evan Moffitt on the artist’s legacy and his final creation, ‘Ode to Santos Dumont’, at LACMA
Ireland should be more concerned over the dispersal of its cultural heritage
The Picasso painting censored by Fox 5 News is just the latest major artwork to be deemed indecent
Hockney’s psychedelic new creations at Annely Juda; Thomas Struth’s exceptional photographs at Marian Goodman; and Andre Kertesz at James Hyman
We asked Russian art expert James Butterwick for comment
Head to the Economist Plaza
How art has been used as a pawn in the crisis
What have politicians promised; how are artists getting involved; and is anything likely to improve for the culture sector?
It might have been an entertaining clash were there not so much at stake
The First Lady called on US museums to widen access at the Whitney’s ribbon-cutting ceremony
Young and international: is a new type of director coming to London?
The great Palladian country house in Surrey has been very badly damaged
Does art have an important role to play in the upcoming UK election? Perhaps
Whatever the outcome of the UK’s general election, funding for museums will not increase. How can they adapt?
What’s behind the current appetite for reinstalling, re-exhibiting, and restaging landmark shows?
There’s not a lot to go on…