No free entry for Sweden’s museums

The country’s current political crisis has scuppered a plan to drop entrance fees at state-run institutions

Published online: 12 December 2014

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Artists reject €30,000 prizes to protest Spain’s ‘embarrassing’ cultural policies

The photographer Colita and the musician Jordi Savall both turned down national awards this month

Published online: 13 November 2014

Photography museum staff plead for their jobs

The small Italian institution’s future is threatened after Milan government pulls out its funding

Published online: 24 September 2014

Fate of Detroit’s art hangs in the balance as bankruptcy trial begins

Private foundations have pledged $816m to save the city’s art collection, but some creditors call the Grand Bargain unfair

Published online: 01 September 2014

Bank saves Brazil’s biggest museum

Debt-ridden São Paulo institution forced to make major changes at the top

Published online: 01 September 2014

Big, bold and banking on tomorrow

The South American giant has staked its place in the economic super-league. All it needs to do now is modify its tax laws, clamp down on corruption and oversee two global sports fiestas. No problem?

Published online: 01 September 2014


Californian art world protests LA Times reporter layoff

In a heartwarming show of solidarity, the heads of 15 museums in California have rallied behind the art reporter at the Los Angeles...


It's tough in the middle for New York, ABMB 2013

While it's a good time to be at the very top or at the emerging end of the market, the middle tier of galleries and artists are feeling the squeeze. We ask New York's dealers and directors what are the alternatives to the mega gallery system?