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Martin Roth, Apollo magazine, 40 Under 40 Europe

V&A director Martin Roth resigns

The Victoria and Albert Museum’s first foreign director is stepping down after five years in the role

5 Sep 2016

Tate Modern to quit Bankside and become a village museum

Avril Djesta reports from London, where Tate Modern is to close its doors to become a regional pop-up museum

1 Apr 2016
The James Goldstein House, designed by John Lautner.

Acquisitions of the Month: February 2016

LACMA just acquired an entire house – and no ordinary house at that

3 Mar 2016
The homepage of Art UK, which was launched today (24 February 2016)

With Art UK, Britain’s public collections are more accessible than ever before

A new website revolutionises how we can view publicly owned art

24 Feb 2016
Sana'a, Yemen

The threat to Yemen’s heritage

Three world heritage sites are at risk as a result of the civil war

22 Feb 2016

Acquisitions of the Month: January 2016

Several museums have plugged gaps in their collections this month, while others have received some extraordinarily generous gifts

31 Jan 2016
Bronze Age settlement at Must Farm. Photo: Cambridge Archaeological Unit

Unearthing the secrets of East Anglia’s Bronze Age settlers

The discoveries at Must Farm reveal a lot about life 3,000 years ago. But one big question remains…

26 Jan 2016

Readings Held Worldwide for Condemned Poet and Artist Ashraf Fayadh

Hundreds attended events in support of Ashraf Fayadh, who faces the death sentence in Saudi Arabia

17 Jan 2016

York Floods: an update from the Jorvik Viking Centre

Museums and heritage sites across the UK are fighting to minimise flood damage this winter. But what happens after disaster strikes?

8 Jan 2016

Acquisitions of the Month: December 2015

Several museums have received wonderful gifts this Christmas…

7 Jan 2016

Acquisitions of the Month: November 2015

The most interesting and important recent additions to museum collections

10 Dec 2015

Are artists justified in boycotting Israel?

Calls for cultural and academic boycotts of Israel continue to hit the headlines. Should we regard such politically charged stances as divisive or necessary for change?

30 Nov 2015

Announcing the Asian Art In London Award Winners

The awards were presented yesterday evening at a Gala Party marking the start of the citywide art event

19 Nov 2015

Acquisitions of the Month: October 2015

William Kentridge’s gift to the George Eastman Museum; rare Picasso heads to Scotland; NGA Washington expands its photography holdings

5 Nov 2015

The Metropolitan Museum wants to transform our view of Ancient Egypt

Middle Kingdom show ‘upends the view that Egyptian art is all the same’

27 Oct 2015

A Tribute to Lisa Jardine

Lisa will be remembered for her scholarly work, but her real legacy will be the spaces she created for atraditional academics

27 Oct 2015

Frieze Bites

Seen and liked in London this Frieze week: Sluice_ in black & white, a witty sculpture at Sunday, rare books at Frieze Masters + some artfully ruined jeans

17 Oct 2015

Frieze Bites

Changing it up at PAD and Frieze Masters; Lee Ufan at Pace; Gutai, Zero and Kusama at Bonhams; Multiplied at Christie’s

16 Oct 2015

Frieze Bites

Seen and liked in London this Frieze week: A breath of fresh air at the Courtauld; outsider art at Frieze Masters; and a princess at the Chiltern Firehouse

15 Oct 2015

Frieze Bites

Seen and liked in London: star exhibits and media stars, crowds and crowdsourcing at the Frieze Masters preview last night

14 Oct 2015

Frieze Bites

Seen and liked in London this week: Richter at Dominique Levy, Boetti at Luxembourg & Dayan, and Larry Gagosian sampling the local beer

13 Oct 2015

Acquisitions of the Month: September 2015

Ivory medallions, Samuel Palmer’s lively letters and Maya Angelou’s birthday quilt have all found homes

7 Oct 2015

Frieze Week: 8 Shows Not to Miss

The events and shows not to miss in London during Frieze Week

30 Sep 2015