Now is not the time for culture cuts: England's fragile arts ecosystem needs more, not less, support
While Arts Council England slashed many organisations’ funding, the German government set aside nearly €1bn to help cultural institutions weather the financial storm
First international conference on Salvator Mundi: What was the role of Leonardo's workshop—and why is Christ wearing women's clothes?
There was an "open-minded and collegiate atmosphere" during scholarly proceedings in Leipzig, notably untouched by Leonardo "politics"
Did Leonardo da Vinci's studio produce two Salvator Mundis in parallel?
Martin Clayton, the Royal Collection Trust's head of prints and drawings presented his research at a major conference in Leipzig
Revealed: the first photograph of the Louvre's Leonardo book that was spiked over Salvator Mundi fiasco
The story of the "Léonard de Vinci. Le Salvator Mundi" publication that was withdrawn from sale
Edward Hopper’s treasure trove of artworks was left to the Whitney—so why did some of it end up in the hands of a local reverend?
National Gallery renovation plans contested—while Britain appoints new leader uncontested
In the letter for our November issue, editor Alison Cole reflects on the tumultuous times of two London institutions
Art was never Queen Elizabeth II's passion—but her image was truly iconic
“You have to be seen to be believed,” was the Queen’s maxim for her own bold and supremely colourful attire
‘It’s time to ditch the culture war rhetoric’
The next UK prime minister should abandon the war on "woke" and return to nuanced debate
The delights of Sussex: the art and museums to visit in the English county
The organisation Sussex Modern brings together the many and varied cultural delights of the area
Slow down and consider Katharina Fritsch’s first Greek exhibition—a ‘retrospective’ with a difference
This perfectly formed show at the George Economou Collection in Athens provides a complex self-portrait of one of our most thoughtful contemporary artists
Partygate: debaucherous celebrations captured by artists through the ages
As Sue Gray report detailing the British government's breach of lockdown rules is published, we look at similar scenes in art history
Venice Biennale 2022: the worst art on show in the city
The Big Review: Donatello in Florence
This unrepeatable show, spread across the Palazzo Strozzi and Museo Nazionale del Bargello, reflects the Florentine master’s journey from late Gothic elegance to classical sensuality
Venice Biennale 2022: the must-see pavilions in the Giardini
Letter from the editor | 'Culture can build bridges, but it can also man the barricades'
As the war in Ukraine unfolds, The Art Newspaper continues to strive to make its coverage truthful, informative, illuminating and impactful, says its editor Alison Cole
‘As radical as Magritte’: cutting-edge craft of Carlo Crivelli comes to Birmingham
Ikon Gallery puts on a survey of the overlooked Italian painter
'Cancelled' Madonna and Child found beneath Botticelli's $40m Man of Sorrows
Infrared images of the painting, which is due to be sold at Sotheby's in New York later this month, show that an earlier composition lies underneath
Restoration of Courtauld Gallery's Botticelli altarpiece yields surprising new discoveries
Technical studies on neglected painting cast valuable light on the workings of the Renaissance master's Florence studio and on the question of attribution
Obscure objects of desire: five of the best works in Frieze Masters' new Stand Out section
Luke Syson, the director of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge and the section's curator, wants to break down the traditional hierarchies of art history
‘Laboratory of ideas’: Paris exhibition explores Sandro Botticelli's busy studio
A new show looks at the Renaissance artist’s role as a designer and head of a busy workshop as well as the inventor of an instantly recognisable style
South of France art venues create Covid-united network—and welcome LUMA Arles into the fold
Plein Sud includes 66 venues spanning from the Mediterranean coast to the Alps
What the Louvre’s scientific examinations of the Salvator Mundi really revealed—according to the museum’s own book
A secret booklet appears to contradict claims made in a new documentary about the painting's attribution to Leonardo
The real reason why the Salvator Mundi didn't make it into the Louvre's Leonardo show
'Where is the champion within UK government for a vigorous, independent visual arts sector?'
The culture sector is being relegated to the ranks of "indoor entertainment"
New normal for Old Masters: Botticelli's record online sale and new AI research on Leonardo's Salvator Mundi
'Looking just gorgeous': Granddaughter of $80m Botticelli's former owner on living with the masterpiece
Suzy Lewis recalls the "absolute disaster" of the painting's 1982 sale
Disarming new findings on Leonardo’s Salvator Mundi
The Louvre’s examination of the picture and independent analysis suggest blessing hand and arm were not part of the artist’s original concept
Why Sotheby's $80m Botticelli continues to mystify experts
Star lot of upcoming New York Master Week sales is set to smash previous auction record for the Early Renaissance painter
The Art Newspaper turns 30: how has the world of art publishing changed?
Martin Bailey—The Art Newspaper's correspondent—awarded MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours list
Other art world honourees include painter Frank Bowling; Artist Support Pledge founder Matthew Burrows; and Sally Shaw, the director of Firstsite in Colchester