Raqib Shaw, Monet, Georgia O’Keeffe, the Bloomsbury set… Why do so many artists become obsessed with their garden getaways?
The Israel Antiquities Authority’s move from the Rockefeller Museum in East Jerusalem to a purpose-built campus in the West has revived disputes about preserving the country’s cultural heritage
The Musée d’arts de Nantes reveals its new extension and rehangs its collection, making seamless connections between past and present
Art UK, which last year launched a digital catalogue of every oil painting in public ownership, has embarked on an equivalent project for sculpture
The discovery of a noose at the National Museum of African American History and Culture is a grim justification of its existence
Moscow’s Khrushchev-era apartment blocks are hardly good housing, but their residents are unlikely to get a better replacement
In the last few years LA’s art scene has grown immeasurably. But as rents rise and experimental spaces get priced out, is LA’s arrival on the international art stage worth it?
Looking back on Ireland’s ROSC art exhibitions, which ran from 1967–88
Innovation and potential are not merely the preserve of the younger generation – as these artists are proving
An exhibition of Eric Gill’s art in Ditchling raises questions about how far we can separate art from life. Should biography shape our understanding of an artist’s work?
Remembering the pioneering performance artist Vito Acconci, who died in April aged 77
Funding cuts are a danger, but it’s the more insidious changes to the structure and attitude of public sector that we should really worry about
Was it concrete or Communism that caused modernist sculptor Peter Laszlo Peri’s slide into obscurity?
Four Confederate monuments are to be removed from the streets of New Orleans, but their painful legacy endures
New York’s famous ‘Charging Bull’ statue has company – and despite all the controversy, the new arrival has every right to be there
It tanked in 1967, but the band’s debut album, produced by Andy Warhol, was still the best pop cultural achievement of its decade
For 300 years, the Plantin-Moretus family in Antwerp ran one of Europe’s most important printing presses
Weeks after Eran Neuman took up the directorship, he left. What’s going on at the Israel Museum?
The Garden Bridge Trust should be pursued for the public money it has wasted
Where do the two remaining French presidential candidates stand on culture?
Where is the line between antique firearms suitable for inclusion in historic collections, and weapons requiring a licence?
The definition of ‘Islamic’ at Cairo’s Museum of Islamic Art lacks nuance, but so do our wider conversations about Islam
No. 1 Poultry is now Britain’s youngest listed building, but it was once the site of a remarkable struggle between the developer and conservationists