Museums

France regains painting lost during the First World War

Work returned by Germany goes on show as search for missing art continues

Published online: 17 April 2014

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The importance of being a director-curator

Nicholas Serota and Udo Kittelmann reveal why they still want to organise exhibitions

Published online: 16 April 2014

The 18th century to get its lustre back at the Louvre

Closed since 2005, the museum’s period rooms reopen in June after a €26m renovation

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

Billboard work taken down after Guggenheim Bilbao complains

The piece is part of an exhibition in Frankfurt by the artists Paul McCarthy and Mike Bouchet, but the Spanish museum considers it a commercial banner

Published online: 11 April 2014

 

Finding Nemo

Henri Matisse’s paper cut-outs, which go on view to the public this Thursday in Tate Modern’s hotly anticipated summer show (17 April-7...

MoCA LA's new motto should be “I Will Survive”

Over the past decade, the annual fundraising gala for the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) became something of a bizarre...

Rijksmuseum rolls out the red carpet for President Obama today

Barack Obama visited the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam today during a visit to the Netherlands for the Nuclear Security Summit. And since Obama...

 

MAN, Spain's Museo Arqueológico Nacional reopens

What intensity! Spain's Museo Arqueológico Nacional wants you to get really excited about its grand reopening this week. So here is a video of the Madrid museum's new look