Openings

Imperial War Museum reopens in London after £40m revamp

New atrium and bigger galleries give coherence to the collection

Published online: 16 July 2014

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Mauritshuis modernisation impresses author of Girl with a Pearl Earring

Tracy Chevalier, the writer and curator, revisits the Dutch museum and its inspirational work by Vermeer

Published online: 02 July 2014

Zaragoza stacks up with new CaixaForum

A dramatic culture centre opened this weekend in the north-eastern Spanish city

Published online: 01 July 2014

Hangzhou gets its first private museum

The T Museum, owned by the art investment company Tianrenhe, opens in the affluent city south of Shanghai

Published online: 26 June 2014

Louis Vuitton chairman announces October opening for his museum

Bernard Arnault, France’s richest man and a prolific art collector, will launch the Frank Gehry-designed art centre with three days of free admission

Published online: 23 June 2014

National Gallery slims down its displays

Contrary to popular belief, not all of the museum’s 2,000-plus paintings are on public view

Published online: 11 June 2014

 

Secret of the sphinx

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A new (fee-free) art school for London

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V&A coins it with blockbuster Bowie show

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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