Grand Bargain nearly on the books

The Detroit Institute of Arts is close to its $100m goal to support city pensions and secure collection

Published online: 21 November 2014

Whitney announces opening date of its new home in Chelsea

Museum will launch "artist-centric" building next May

Published online: 20 November 2014

Skowhegan School opens permanent New York space

Pro bono design is by trustee architect Alan Wanzenberg

Published online: 19 November 2014

Congress considers cultural property protection czar post

A new bill seeks to block looted Syrian artefacts from entering the country

Published online: 18 November 2014

Frank Lloyd Wright's 'Usonian' house rises again in Arkansas

Crystal Bridges museum finds just the spot for architect's Bachman Wilson House, formerly of New Jersey

Published online: 18 November 2014

Put a ring on it

Christie’s to sell largest private collection of Asian art at auction, from first dealer to enter mainland China in the 1970s

Published online: 17 November 2014

Creative exchange launched to drive grassroots projects

Artists are ‘untapped resource’ for economic development, organisers say

Published online: 17 November 2014

In auctions, unlike in life, there are guarantees

Christie’s backed $429.8m worth of art in its record-making contemporary art sales this week

Published online: 14 November 2014

Arts scene in downtown Los Angeles grows

Galleries, not developers, are driving the creation of new arts neighbourhoods in the city

Published online: 13 November 2014

At Harvard, three become one

The college’s art is united under Renzo Piano’s roof

Published online: 13 November 2014

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