The fourth and final part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
The third part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
An upcoming exhibition on the art of Fiji should make us rethink the relationship between culture and context
The second part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
Several US museums make major acquisitions this month, while the Bowes Museum gains a rare Dieric Bouts the Elder painting
The first part of Louise Nicholson's cultural road-trip through four major cities of the American 'Rust Belt'
Damien Hirst’s recently opened Newport Street Gallery joins a long list of galleries founded by artists
Takesada Matsutani is one of the surviving members of the avant-garde Gutai group. He explains how its influence is everywhere in his work
The Ateneum holds the Finnish national art collection from the mid 18th century to 1960, but only a sixth of its works are on display.
Umberto Boccioni’s untimely death in 1916 turned him into the tragic hero of Futurism – and helped the artist’s reputation flourish abroad
From Le Corbusier’s modernist buildings to impressive prehistoric architecture, here’s a round-up of the new additions
The National Trust is on a mission to make people appreciate the suburb’s post-war architecture. Why not join one of their tours?
Remembering the influential Iranian filmmaker who has died at the age of 76
The museum was recently awarded the Art Fund’s most prestigious award, but there are challenges as well as opportunities ahead
The city’s vibrant, provisional art scene is thriving, but you have to know where to go
Both the Courtauld and the Menil Collection acquire important works by Jasper Johns, while SFMOMA bolsters its already impressive photography collection
Jussi Kivi represented the country at the Venice Biennale in 2009, before retreating from the limelight. Now he’s back with a book from Helsinki’s edgelands
Reflecting on the Protestant cemetery in Rome – which Shelley called ‘the most beautiful cemetery’ he knew
The French state has always prided itself on its special relationship with culture. But its recent history has been a troubled one
Several notable modern poets have been attracted to the freshness of Wood’s artistic vision and the romantic glamour of his short life
The latest updates as key figures and organisations comment on the UK’s vote to leave the European Union
Alfredo Volpi is an unfamiliar name in the UK, but a cultural hero in Brazil. He is just one of the Latin American artists whose work is being discovered abroad
The island’s Norman rulers encouraged the use of Islamic, Byzantine, and Romanesque elements in art and architecture as a deliberate display of their power
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