The old cocktail of countesses and Chippendale won’t cut it anymore, so the Met and the Yale Center for British Art are rethinking their displays
New footage released this week shows the militants detonating explosives at the site, and concludes with a threat to ‘demolish’ the pyramids at Giza
Doris Salcedo makes monuments to the victims of political violence – out of chairs, sewing needles, and rose petals.
Five artists are in the running for Canada’s prestigious contemporary art prize
As Tate Modern’s new extension is unveiled, leading curators, museum directors, and critics consider how the institution has shaped the audience for art since it first opened
Art can play a key role in recovering forgotten or neglected histories, and challenging received ideas
The latest edition of EVA International tackles issues of postcolonialism at home and abroad
An outstanding 18th-century clock made for a Hanoverian prince has resurfaced
May’s acquisitions include rare signed etchings by Picasso and photography by the Victorian pioneer Oscar Gustav Rejlander
The graphic designer, writer, editor, photographer, and researcher David King died earlier this month. His last book was a collection of John Heartfield’s pioneering photo montages
The Serlachius Museums in Mänttä are an admirable example of how art can flourish outside Helsinki
‘Conservative in art, radical in politics’: James Boswell and the Artists’ International Association
Boswell’s acutely observed satires sum up the social and political issues of the 1930s
Vittorio Cini collected remarkable Venetian paintings, which have never been publicly exhibited together – until now
Collaboration is the order of the day in Brussels and Paris, where several art fairs are joining forces. Meanwhile, London gears up for Art16
Which museums are raking it in? And which ones are facing a deficit?
With 3,000 new works, a major extension, and an ingenious way of working with collectors, SFMOMA is becoming a modern art museum to rival all others
François Morellet, one of France’s most illustrious artists, has died at the age of 90
Marisol’s powerful, Pop-inspired sculptures deserve to be far better known, particularly outside the US
The National Portrait Gallery and Pallant House both benefit from the acceptance in lieu scheme, while LACMA gets an impressive new haul
What else is going on in the home of the famous Foxes? Culturally, there’s a lot to see
Who’d have thought that a barn conversion could lead to one of the most important Roman discoveries in Britain?
The nominees range from small local museums, to a 100-acre outdoor museum and one of the UK’s biggest institutions
Exhibitions about the Italian Renaissance have never been more popular, but is the difficulty of securing loans leading to some very diffuse shows?