The Judges’ Lodgings Museum in Lancaster is threatened with imminent closure. It should be a source of not only civic but national pride
The Impressionist has had a hard time of things recently. Will a new film win round the haters?
Is the current trend for exhibitions exploring artistic influence just an excuse for a lack of focus?
The 1916 Easter Rising in Dublin was in part a rebellion of artists – and Dublin museums and galleries are making that clear this year
Censoring a 19th-century painting has come back to bite the social networking site
UK museums are struggling to deal with the long-term effects of funding cuts and falling visitor numbers
Historic property goes on sale after long battle for the Browne family
If anything, the corporation should be taken to task for its desperate bid for accessibility
The grey-green of oxidised bronze is common on public buildings throughout northern Europe
Another week, another controversy. Can opponents of the Garden Bridge project still make their voices heard?
Commercial interest in the medium threatens to undermine it
How the MFA Boston is paying tribute to a respected scholar and humanist
But changing an artwork’s title is hardly the same as pulling down a statue
With several art fairs staged every week, are such events damaging to the more traditional art trade, or do they allow greater public engagement with art?
The Bardo Museum in Carthage still bears the scars of last year’s terrorist attack. The best way to support it is to visit
A statue of Cecil Rhodes will stand at Oriel College, Oxford, in place despite calls for its removal, but debates about ‘erasing history’ rumble on
The Finnish arts organisation Checkpoint Helsinki has had its funding cut. Can it survive?
Historic England’s last-ditch efforts to focus public attention on public art
The mayor’s expansionist ambitions are ruining the city’s historic character
What the Arts Council England owes its outgoing Chairman
In the space of five years, Australia has seen five prime ministers, with wildly different attitudes to art and culture
Here’s what we stand to lose if Libya’s heritage cannot be protected.
The gallery has bucked the trend by appointing an internal candidate to its top job
From performance art to painting, David Bowie’s legacy stretches far and wide