However this issue is resolved, it won’t be the last such confrontation
The incident raises difficult questions about private collectors and national interests
On 15 July, the day after the historic Iranian nuclear deal was reached, the Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond told the…
What should we expect from Tate Britain’s new director, and what does his appointment mean for the future of the Tate overall?
Life in Squares is not the intellectual romp that we were promised
Developers’ attempts to introduce art to an area can often be wretched. Will Vauxhall avoid this fate?
The Impressionists struggled in Paris, so why did they find such a receptive audience across the Atlantic?
What will the freedom to travel mean for his art?
Those complaining the impact on previous owners are missing the point
Slides, video games and bedtime stories…London’s galleries don’t want to grow up
The prize has come up for criticism this year, as it always does. But there’s still merit in it
This is the best version yet of an impressive exhibition
Ever thought a piece of contemporary art was rubbish? You’re not alone
Why rent a gallery when you can use your own apartment?
Culture minister Dario Franceschini has 20 very big decisions to make
Essays, politics and public anger can only go so far: humour helps too
The height of his popularity was also the beginning of the end
Artists explore how society is shaped by the natural environment in the Baltic region
In the face of targeted metal, stone and art theft, many churches see no option but to lock their doors
Creative freedom, but limited resources: starting out in the art world can be a blessing and a curse
Some major art dealers are calling it quits, others have joined forces. Who’s saying what about the changing state of the industry?
Valeria Napoleone and the Contemporary Art Society are taking a proactive approach to a protracted issue
Let’s stop pretending the treaty alone can make a difference
Colour in 17th-century France was a dirty but essential business