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Cultural sites severely damaged in Nepal; major fire rips through Clandon Park; Museum of Biblical Art forced to close in New York
Some high-profile works have made it to Málaga to inaugurate the Pompidou’s latest venue
Should the city even close a few museums instead of designing more?
The ancient Persian ruins of Persepolis were a spectacular backdrop for ‘one of the most adventurous and idiosyncratic festivals in…
Students are asking legitimate questions about the future of art schools: UAL should listen
Max Hollein discusses the challenges and rewards of running not one, but three, institutions
IS demolishes the ancient city of Nimrud; Günter Grass dies aged 87; art trumps privacy in US court ruling; and don’t mention the Elgin Marbles
A look at how the genre of the grotesque has unfolded from the Renaissance to the present day
News and comment from our April issue: Thomas Marks and John Curtis on the cultural desecration of Iraq; Don Quixote in NYC; plus, should the Kunstmuseum Bern have accepted the Gurlitt bequest?
Tate Britain director and RA curator head for Europe; LACMA teams up with Hyundai; the UK’s fight to keep an ancient Egyptian statue continues; plus our favourite April Fools
It is satisfying to see Benglis finally given proper recognition in the UK
National Gallery gets a gift; MoMA under criticism; stolen El Greco work restituted; and a last ditch attempt to save a Brutalist estate in east London
Key speakers debated the issue at a Courtauld event this week
Tom Jeffreys reports from Helsinki on Amos Anderson’s plans for a new gallery; Kiasma’s reopening and exhibitions; and Päivi Takala’s paintings of painting
Tom Jeffreys on the changing nature of Finland’s art scene
Sheila Girling dies aged 90; Centre Pompidou plans pop-ups; Musée Maillol closes unexpectedly, and the Whitworth reopens…
Previews from the new February issue: Is the golden age of art schools over? What can be done to protect cultural property in war zones? Does art still have a sense of mystery?
As a survey of Lynda Benglis’s work opens at the Hepworth Wakefield, the artist talks to Imelda Barnard about her 40-year career
The American artist Lynda Benglis gained notoriety in 1974 when she ran an advert in Artforum, in which she posed nude,…
Sponsorship, strikes and self-censorship in London’s top museums; the Smithsonian’s international expansion; Tutankhamun’s broken beard
In the January issue of Apollo, we asked a range of senior figures for their perspectives on copyright now