A look ahead at some of the contemporary art exhibitions opening soon in Berlin
New director for the Kunsthalle Zurich, renovation plans at the Louvre, a warped Raphael at the Borghese and an appeal to save Wedgwood
Museum reopenings and big-name exhibitions take centre stage in New York this autumn
A quiet month for acquisitions, but not everyone’s been resting on their laurels…
Filippetti left the Cabinet in the midst of a political crisis which resulted in a reshuffle this weekend
Major resignations at Gwangju Biennale and Art Basel; the Bin Laden’s Carrara quarry; and drama at the Jeff Koons retrospective
Ukraine museums move to protect their collections; auction houses move online; and robots move in to the Tate
It’s thought it could have links with Alexander the Great, and items have been found previously nearby
Winslow Homer’s ‘Milking Time’ and Alexander Calder’s ‘The Black Crescent’ are next up
What is the light over London? Can children understand art? And what are tortoises doing in the Aspen Art Museum?
The UK’s monuments will go dark this evening, marking 100 years since the start of the First World War
The Sekhemka sale has quickly become something of a case study in the dangers of deaccessioning
Deaccessioning is in the news, but what of the museums that have been acquiring new work?
Plans have been unveiled for a new gallery at Goldsmiths, to be designed by London-based architecture collective Assemble
Some of the stories we’ve spotted this week: Otto Piene; cruise ships in Venice; Northampton’s funding future; and schnapps
Five exhibitions of Latin American art to see this summer
Renfrew, who set up Art HK (now Art Basel in Hong Kong) in 2008, will start at Bonhams this September as Deputy Chairman, Asia
The influential artist died on 17 July, shortly after the opening of an exhibition of his work in Berlin
Cancelled shows, contested ownership, online auctions and contemporary art in the countryside… some of the stories we’ve spotted this week
Are Deller’s downloadable film stills really collectibles in the traditional sense of the term?
One of the Louvre’s most popular sculptures is back after a 10-month restoration period