Chicago art handlers to vote on unionising

The Teamsters have filed complaints against Mana-Terry Dowd for intimidating workers

Published online: 16 April 2014

Video veteran Joan Jonas to represent US in Venice

The artist is expected to create a multimedia installation for next year’s Biennale

Published online: 16 April 2014

Mass exposure: why museums are focusing on photography

Image-sharing social media has fuelled a boom in audiences for photography exhibitions

Published online: 14 April 2014

Timeline set for demolishing folk art museum's former home

Scaffolding and protective netting to go up on Monday as MoMA prepares to tear down the building for its expansion

Published online: 12 April 2014

US welcomes rising stars of the museum world

Directors from Asia, South America and Eastern Europe take part in global leaders’ summit at the Met but this year Russian colleagues miss out

Published online: 09 April 2014

How to avoid a digital boom and bust

There are plenty of grants for new digital projects but finding long-term funding could be much harder

Published online: 09 April 2014

Two symposia on US cultural property policy reform

Events to be held this month in New York and Washington, DC

Published online: 09 April 2014

New York mayor taps Queens museum director as cultural affairs commissioner

Bill de Blasio is expected to announce Tom Finkelpearl’s appointment today as the head of the largest arts agency in the country

Published online: 07 April 2014

Brooklyn Museum to publish a handbook for the recently deceased

Researchers have translated an ancient Book of the Dead from the institution’s collection into English

Published online: 07 April 2014

Small decision, big impact

Recent ruling could change the legal landscape for art forgery cases in New York

Published online: 04 April 2014

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