Emma Beatty


Top German collector disappoints museums by selling loans

Hans Grothe has sold 700 works to Wella hair-care billionaires for E50 million

Foundation circumventing directions of Giacometti's late wife by limiting collection's exposure, says brother-in-law

Mr Arm, who previously contested his sister's will, now asks that part of the estate goes to auction


Switzerland to implement 1970 UNESCO Convention legislation on 1st June

Switzerland’s is known for its pivotal presence in the underground network that moves illicitly excavated artefacts from country to country

A warmer welcome for Americans at the Louvre as some wall texts are translated into English and Spanish

American Express and American Friends of the Louvre are making their mark on the French institution

Art Deco 1910-39 at the V&A

Promises to be one of the most glamorous exhibitions of the year


'Live Culture' brings live performances to the Tate Modern

After a false start, Tate has a huge selection of works planned for its three-day run

'Painting not painting' broadens horizons at Tate St Ives

Terry Frost exhibits new works alongside those which inspired them

Tate St Ives transports with 'Real life'

Video works from a number of top artists are now on show

The Turner Prize 2002

Tate Britain gives a taste of the work of these young artists

Beuys multiples acquired by National Galleries of Scotland

This important addition to Scottish collections includes nearly all of his best multiples

Versace at the V&A

A loan exhibition from the late fashion designer's archive

Francis Bacon’s paintings of Van Gogh gather in Arles

Fondation Vincent van Gogh assembles the surviving paintings in this series

Richard Long, Naum Gabo, Kosho Ito all on at the Tate St Ives

Three concurrent shows explore the many faces of sculpture

Tate Liverpool drops their newest 'Remix'

This new exhibition explores works inspired by the world of Pop, Rock, and Hip-Hop

July 2001archive

New French legislation allows works less than 30 years old to be deaccessioned

Contemporary art museums say their collections are undervalued and at risk

To see or not to see: Parisian exhibition documents the history of war photography

The Museum of Contemporary History provides historical explanations for why war photographers took the pictures that they did

Bridget Riley makes waves at new Tate Britain retrospective

Riley was heavily involved in the curation of this exhibition alongside Paul Moorhouse