Richard Koshalek of the Hirshhorn Museum makes a stand against censorship
“Censorship has no role here... the only way to deal with these subjects is through dialogue"
Los Angeles Broad Art Foundation aims at ultra accessibility
Los Angeles collectors Eli and Edythe Broad open their doors
US art sponsorship suffering after economic crisis, survey shows
Corporate giving down 14% over three years according to Business Committee for the Arts
Outrage at Smithsonian self-censorship over Wojnarowicz work
Controversy follows decision to remove David Wojnarowicz video loaned by National Portrait Gallery
New York's Asia Society to unveil first US exhibition of pre-revolutionary modern Iranian art
Although Iranian art heavyweights made their reservations about the show clear, it will go on to tour North America
Deitch archive will remain on site in Soho
The archive is expected to be available to the public by spring 2011
Where are ex-dealer Deitch's artists now?
Once the art dealer announced his major museum job, the race was on
Visitors to Art Gwangju regarded the fair as 'a kind of museum exhibition'
More officials than collectors?
Artists boycott Rose Art Museum shows
Ex-director says Brandeis University “doesn’t understand” outrage over plan to sell-off $350m collection
Eli Broad addresses the American Association of Museums: “Get art out of the basement"
The collector lectures museum professionals at their annual conference in Los Angeles
Subpoenas for Warhol Authentication Board trial
Gagosian among four called to court
Residents fight developer who bought MoMA’s air rights to build skyscraper
The fate of the proposed building is up in the air
Lukewarm reception of US's first Iranian contemporary art sale a reflection of tentative market
Experts blame poor sales on a dearth of representation in US museums