United Kingdom

Arts Council England takes action against Northampton after controversial sale

Egyptian sculpture sell off penalised by loss of museum Accreditation status

Published online: 01 August 2014

Tate will put women artists first and foremost

Sonia Delaunay, Agnes Martin, Barbara Hepworth and Marlene Dumas exhibitions planned along with Calder and Pollock shows

Published online: 31 July 2014

First World War centenary to be illuminated by candle light in the UK

Landmark buildings due to go dark and artists' commissions unveiled on 4 August

Published online: 31 July 2014

Gallery launched in Porto Montenegro, destination of the super-yacht set

Mead Carney's first show in the “Monte Carlo of the Adriatic” features blue-chip artists' work

Published online: 31 July 2014

Stanley Spencer's First World War paintings restored

Sandham Memorial Chapel reopens next week to mark centenary of 1914

Published online: 30 July 2014

British Museum’s battle on the home front during the First World War

Archive reveals how air raids threatened the collection and King George V intervened to stop the building being requisitioned

Published online: 30 July 2014

Leading Saudi artist focuses on the modernisation of Mecca and Jerusalem

Ahmed Mater to consider “uneasy fit” between architecture and social realities in the Middle East

Published online: 30 July 2014

1914-18, how to dazzle a ship

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJPM4S9q8o4

Published online: 29 July 2014

Collector to lend Tracey Emin's bed to the Tate

Cologne-based industrialist, Count Christian Duerckheim, agrees ten-year loan

Published online: 29 July 2014

Cancer centre at Barts wins planning approval despite heritage objections

Critics of Steven Holl-designed Maggie's centre wanted it moved to safeguard great hall

Published online: 25 July 2014

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