Amidst a global pandemic during his first year as Haus der Kunst's artistic director, Lissoni speaks about how the museum communicates with the world at large and what it means to be in dialogue with the past and present
Beneath the slick surface appearance of the National Gallery of Victoria’s blockbuster exhibition is a timid exploration of Australia’s colonial legacy
How are galleries and institutions adapting to the art world's 'new normal'?
Regional institutions suffer major losses to their endowments, as artists look to emergency grant programmes and New York State considers a rent suspension
‘Lande’, at Oxford’s Pitt Rivers, begets core questions about art and its display
New arrangements of artists from across the planet emphasize broad concepts over tidier organizing principles
In further news: UK museum under fire for using facial-recognition surveillance; ‘Maus’ author Art Spiegelman says Marvel censored Trump criticism
In further news: British Museum considers return of ‘invisible’ Christian plaques to Ethiopia; further protests against Whitney vice chair
Visitors to the contemporary art museum rose by 3.4% to almost 6 million
The Algerian-French artist’s new show at the Hayward Gallery, London investigates what a museum should be used for
The artist talks about butterflies, the politicization of artefacts and the lost cultural history of his Kosovar home city
With art lessons and trips to museums on prescription, the links between culture and health are being reconsidered
In further news: EU parliament calls for Nazi-looted art to be returned; and are art museums becoming more diverse?
Visitors to Florida’s Dalí Museum will be welcomed by a (surreal) computerized version of the legendary surrealist painter
In further news: Lehmann Maupin gallery sues former employee for stealing ‘trade secrets’; was Robert Indiana in control of his final artworks?
With young people twice as likely to visit art institutions to de-stress, charity extends National Art Pass to include Britons up to 30
Partnership between Frieze and Singapore Tourism Board brings a free, public discussion to Singapore Art Week 2019
‘I’m a feminist, and I have long advocated for gender equality’: Kaywin Feldman will succeed Earl A. Powell III in March 2019
‘To remain silent is to be complicit’: more than 100 staff have demanded the museum clarify its policy on trustee participation
In further news: cultural figures demand resignation of Germany’s foreign minister; Joan Miró paintings damaged in Venice floods
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