Tate Britain’s ‘Kenneth Clark’ and ‘Folk Art’ shows looked at, and outside, the art-historical canon
Winslow Homer’s ‘Milking Time’ and Alexander Calder’s ‘The Black Crescent’ are next up
A look back over some of the recent news and comment from Apollo’s Muse Room
The Tate has been in the firing line in recent years; is recent criticism comparable to the infamous ‘Tate Affair’ of 1952–54?
The UK’s monuments will go dark this evening, marking 100 years since the start of the First World War
The magnificent entrance has been meticulously spruced up
40 Under 40; a gallery for Goldsmiths, art in Edinburgh; and a closer look at museum displays
Why museums should put their objects online
‘Making Colour’ and ‘Building the Picture’ point out details in paintings that are easily overlooked
Are encyclopaedic museums concentrating too much on contemporary art? News and comment from the Muse Room
Can Heather Humphreys, the new Minister for Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht, effectively steer her rather neglected department?
Should photography be allowed in museums? Are the decorative arts in decline? Would you download a work of art?
As a new generation of artists takes the lead, the old distinctions between applied and fine arts can’t hold
‘Art Everywhere’ have announced the images that will displayed across the UK this summer
How do the fields of art, craft and design approach each other and overlap?
Some exhibitions disappoint by design…
The relationship between photography and museums is a vexed one. Do attitudes need to change?
News and comment from the Muse Room: we’re delighted to announce the judging panel for 40 Under 40, a new supplement…
What’s it like to be part of Abramović’s latest performance, and part of its documentation?
Do you have to visit Abramović in London in order to understand her latest work?
News and comment from the Muse Room: arts funding winners and losers, Scottish contemporary artists, and the women behind abstraction
The complex relationship between women artists and abstract art is only just being explored
Lord returns again and again in his art to northern England where he was born