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The Metropolitan Museum gains a collection of ancient Egyptian artefacts, while Tate takes home some contemporary work from Frieze
From 17th-century embroideries to 20th-century photography: some notable recent museum acquisitions
A quiet month for acquisitions, but not everyone’s been resting on their laurels…
Deaccessioning is in the news, but what of the museums that have been acquiring new work?
Exhibition reviews and previews: Bill Viola at Auckland Castle; Pablo Bronstein at Nottingham Contemporary; Joseph Cornell at the Royal Academy
Valeria Napoleone and the Contemporary Art Society are taking a proactive approach to a protracted issue
In search of sculptures on London’s latest art trail; James Turrell heads for Norfolk; transforming Met and the V&A with film
Yale institutions launch a Critique of Reason; a ‘fake’ in the Dulwich Picture Gallery; and a preview of Spring Masters New York
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
The iconoclasm of the Islamic State; highlights from TEFAF; the many sides of Paul Durand-Ruel; Britain’s top art school graduates; and the latest museum acquisitions
From biplanes to drones, we look at the impact of the aerial viewpoint on modern and contemporary art. Plus, our round-up of this month’s major acquisitions
Was the Musée Picasso worth the wait? Is the Turner Prize showing its age? News and comment from the Muse Room
Art law and attribution; the Balfron Tower and Brutalism; and an end to love locks in Paris?