Javier Pes

Brexit: what it could mean for the arts

Leading figures speak out about concerns for the future after UK votes to leave European Union<br>

Macaws, crowds and an expanded canon: inside the new Tate Modern

Rehang of the collection places unfamiliar names alongside established ones while performance takes centre stage<br>

Brexit vote triggers shock and dismay

Fears for London art market amid political and economic uncertainty after UK votes to leave EU

Performance: stage left, right and centre in the new Tate

What you can expect to see in the galleries and exhibitions spaces this summer


Herzog & de Meuron: six degrees of separation from Tate Modern

How the Basel-based architects were influenced by the ideas and art of Donald Judd and Rémy Zaugg

Artists invited to illuminate the river Thames

Ambitious project to transform central London’s bridges is backed by Rothschild family and city’s mayor

Cornelia Parker puts the lost and found into Foundling Museum

More than 60 fellow artists add poignant responses to history of children in need

Rijksmuseum promotes Taco Dibbits to be new director general

Scholarly head of collections to take overall charge of Dutch national museum of art


Damien Hirst’s cracking homage to Jeff Koons

Second show at London’s Newport Street Gallery is a painstaking tribute

The Brit pack rolls into New York during Frieze week

Opportunity knocks for UK artists and galleries at the fair and beyond

Frieze frame: Fabian Schöneich takes us on a tour of the fair

Young galleries aren’t what they used to be—in a good way, says the curator

What does a female artist have to do to get a major solo show?

Statistics show that less than a third of the biggest exhibitions in the US go to women <br>

Qatar Museums shortlists architects for Art Mill project

Doha’s waterfront grain silos to house vast gallery but plan to include collection store dropped

New Tate Modern will present a 'fully global' view of art

Museum’s extension, which is due to open in June, will help broaden story of Modernism—but £30m still needs to be raised

Feel the spirit at Serpentine’s Hilma af Klint show

Swedish pioneer of abstraction attended séances and communed with mystic beings

Visitor Figures 2015: Jeff Koons is the toast of Paris and Bilbao

But Taipei tops the most visited exhibition list, with a show of works by the 20th-century artist Chen Cheng-po

It's not all about attendance: five museum directors on how they measure success

Exhibition programming is an unpredictable business when institutions take some risks

Tate Modern puts its best foot forward and pulls in the crowds

Bringing dance into galleries pushes institutions outside their comfort zones


New £100,000 prize to give female artists mid-career boost

Elisabeth Murdoch’s initiative embraces artists that other awards overlook


Six key works from the M+ founding collection

Pi Li, the museum's Sigg senior curator, tells us the story behind some of the pieces now on show in Hong Kong