MPs should move out of the Palace of Westminster immediately – and start restoring the building right now
With parliamentarians dialling in, the magic of Westminster has evaporated – so there’s no excuse not to move ahead with restoring the Houses of Parliament right now
We’ve all been visiting museums of the mind – but can also take in the art on our doorsteps
Thomas Campbell and Adam Koszary ask whether the online experience can ever compare to being in a physical gallery
An art lawyer considers the implications of deaccessioning works and dipping into endowment funds
The novelist’s Thomas Cromwell trilogy suggestively fills in what art historians can only guess at
The discovery of the world’s oldest known piece of string shows that our Neanderthal cousins were craftier than is sometimes assumed
Two art lawyers look at the simple steps businesses can take to protect themselves and their clients from online scams
The director of programme at YSP outlines the unique challenges – and consolations – of shuttering the site
What steps can art businesses take to temper the risks they face during the Covid-19 pandemic?
The French writer and politician is widely credited as the inventor of the ‘virtual’ or ‘imaginary’ museum – but what exactly did he have in mind?
Moving-image work seems particularly suited to our increasingly online existences
‘The most humane, most incisive and most readable writer on architecture of the modern age’ – a tribute to Michael Sorkin
The critic and architect fervently believed that architecture should promote social justice
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The late artist’s creations are magically expressive, the perfect accompaniment to Goscinny’s witty text. Getafix quick!
As LACMA moves ahead with plans to demolish its four original buildings, is it time to reassess the project – or is it too late?
The museum has had to put its building to sleep – its galleries now populated by only security guards and ghosts
Bringing Titian’s great mythological works together at a time when few people would see them has been a bittersweet experience – but the paintings offer some consolation
That we know so much about the day-to-day reality of the Great Plague of London is down to the diaries of John Evelyn and Samuel Pepys
The biographer’s revelations about Eric Gill were delivered with calm objectivity – a quality that made her a superb observer of extraordinary lives, her own included
The director of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., on the challenges of steering the institution and looking after its staff during the Covid-19 crisis
We’ll need to find ways to be together while alone during the coming weeks and months
After two decades of delays, the museum finally opened its doors at the end of February. Now, like so many others, it has had to shut again
With the whole of Italy in lockdown, the streets of Rome are empty – and the city without visitors has a strange and confusing atmosphere
Its doors may be closed, but Milan’s greatest gallery will find ways to keep working for the quarantined city, says director James Bradburne