Julia Halperin

Bible museum founders may have illicit antiquities from Iraq

Federal investigators have seized more than 200 cuneiform tablets imported from Israel by the Green family


Guggenheim’s 2016 Hugo Boss Prize shortlist is heavy on performance and video

The finalists for the $100,000 include Cuban activist Tania Bruguera, video artist Mark Leckey and choreographer Ralph Lemon

Gallerists at Frieze are saluting their pioneering forebears

Stands pay tribute to dealers who were ahead of their time

UK debut for Calder's most complex mobile

The 12-foot sculpture has not left Brazil since Calder gave it to the Instituto de Arquitetos do Brasil in São Paulo, in 1948

What you can buy at Frieze for less than £10,000

Contrary to popular belief, it's not all about seven-figure sums

Cornelia Parker to create roof-top commission for the Met

British artist will have to overcome vertigo for first major museum project in New York

It's Pop art but not as we know it

Artists from Brazil to Japan are emerging from the shadows at Frieze and in museums

The Broad: as big as its founders’ influence

The art in Los Angeles’ new private museum is as titanic as the funding

Competition to design Qatar’s Art Mill heats up

Established names as well as young designers among the 26 firms chosen for longlist

Performers tell museums to get their act together on fees

Institutions are spending millions on spaces for performance but some curators are “surprised they have to pay live art performers at all”

Getty becomes first museum to restitute Armenian art removed during genocide

The institution will get to keep the brilliantly illuminated gospel pages in its collection after legal settlement

The Broad: a first look

Highly anticipated LA museum opens this weekend with star works from its collection, including Kusama's Infinity Room and ten pieces by Jeff Koons

Wadsworth relives Gilded Age glory days in grand reopening

Every gallery will be open to the public for the first time in 50 years

Scottish museum buys 17th-century Le Marchand ivories

Huguenot carver came to Edinburgh after facing persecution in his native France

Lawsuit against Cooper Union comes to an end

The college promises to work toward restoring free tuition

First fashion museum in American South to open in October

The Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia to show its collection of more than 1,000 garments

Post-storm production: New Orleans museums look to artists and their practice

Exhibitions focus on more subtle ways artists were influenced by Hurricane Katrina

A picture says a thousand words

Ten years after hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, we asked artists and curators to describe what they see as the defining image of the storm and its aftermath

The Met embraces the experimental for move into Breuer building

The museum launches its residency in the Whitney’s former home with a series of TED talks and performances

Women take the lead in US museum jobs, but minorities are still under-represented

A survey released by the Mellon Foundation found that 84% of top staff at the average institution is white

Abu Dhabi museums face further scrutiny by Gulf Labor

Poor conditions persist, says new report from the activist group, but underpayment is the real issue for migrant workers

Inaugural Seattle Art Fair targets tech-savvy audience

Billionaire Paul Allen is backing the new regional event which boasts 60 local and international galleries