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After being closed for renovation for eight months, the Musée Bourdelle is kicking off its reopening programme with the exhibition…
A candid look at the artist’s portraits of his children
Polenova was leading figure from the Russian Arts and Crafts movement
How have artists used mannequins and dolls to manipulate their audiences?
Auckland Castle, the Bowes Museum and Durham University host a major Spanish Art symposium which draws on the region’s own superb collections
The Foundling Museum introduces Dr Richard Mead
A few of the best house museums around, from Sir John Soane’s Museum in London to the Frick Collection in NYC
Which visual arts organisations have seen the biggest changes?
The Art Fund Museum of the Year 2014 shortlist has been announced
As data from NASA’s telescope is translated into images we can understand, the wonders it reveals are still out of this world
The British sculptor’s monumental, minimal forms drew influence from his wide-ranging collection of ethnographic artefacts
With cracks appearing in the relationships of institutions in Nigeria, Barnaby Phillips wonders where the returned Benin Bronzes are going to end up
The painter may be fond of his iPad, but his longstanding suspicion of the technologies that have tied artists to linear perspective is to the fore here
After six years of work, the city’s most singular museum is reopening. But while it is once again filled with wonders, there are also questions to be answered
The sculptor may work with many different materials but the main ingredient in his art, he says, is time
The Transcendental Painting Group in New Mexico was sidelined for its esoteric beliefs, but its members are slowly entering the mainstream
In museums, minerals are both everyday matter and also objects of scientific interest – but they carry more intangible meanings too
The director of the Kunstmuseum Basel picks out his cultural highlights from a city in which vibrant traditions meet cosmopolitan flair
The T.S. Eliot estate has donated £20,000 to help keep the Brontë Parsonage Museum open. Rakewell wonders what the Brontë sisters would have made of ‘Cats’
While museums deliberate about returning objects that were taken from their places of origin without consent, it is easier for individuals to act
What does it mean to make cinema – and film directors in particular – the subject of museum exhibitions?
Lee Miller’s last great reinvention is also her least well known – as an accomplished and authoritative cook at her East Sussex farmhouse
After a £35m renovation and expansion, the granite city can finally display its collections in the manner they deserve