Heritage destruction brings Putin one step closer to prosecution, according to landmark report
Blue Shield workers have been able to access and gather evidence in destroyed cultural buildings and heritage sites in Ukraine. What have they found?
Striking displays of unequal power: Venice Architecture Biennale review
The 2023 event focuses on marginalised voices for the first time, with more than half of participants from Africa or the African diaspora
Western arrogance on parade in new book about culture and conflict
Different methods of protecting heritage during times of war are explored with mixed success in this challenging read
From cosy to creepy: new displays at Bletchley Park muddle Britain's honourable Nazi-fighting history with a contested present
The museum—set inside a Buckinghamshire country house—has opened its largest ever gallery, called the Intelligence Factory, this week
Reports say Putin is deliberately targeting Ukrainian heritage—but is that true?
Amid Russia’s savagery we must maintain a clear ethical stance when intervening to protect culture
The ugly pursuit of beauty: how traditional architecture has become a battleground for right-wing politicians
With the culture wars in full swing, reactionary ideas on city-making are again in the ascendant, argues architecture and heritage critic Robert Bevan
Mining company Rio Tinto apologises for destruction of 46,000-year-old Aboriginal site
Blasting of two ancient rock shelters at Juukan Gorge was authorised in 2013 by Western Australia state government
Turkey's Göbekli Tepe: is this the world’s first architecture?
Scholars say the organisation needed to build the 12,000-year-old temple may mark the beginnings of class society and patriarchy
Stockholm's revamped ArkDes centre champions design's role in public life
New exhibition and project space put spotlight on civic activism and emerging voices
Three to see: London
Monet's urban obsession explored in major new London show
National Gallery exhibition, which includes Rouen cathedral paintings, reveals another side of French Impressionist
Yves Saint Laurent museum unveiled in Paris
Museum's Marrakech counterpart is due to open later this month
Attacks on culture can be crimes against humanity
Trial in The Hague of Islamic extremist reminds us that the destruction of built heritage and human life are often linked
Wonders and blunders: what makes a great museum?
Artists, architects and curators tell us about the spaces they love—and hate
Tate Modern extension: a towering achievement
Architecture critic Robert Bevan reviews Herzog & de Meuron's "literal tour de force"
‘Zaha Hadid transformed our ideas of what architecture could be’
The architect, who died in March, faced down her critics to leave a remarkable, if flawed, legacy
Development, tourism and neglect endanger sites as much as conflict and natural disasters
Does Unesco have the power to stop the decline of crucial heritage sites?
Iconoclasm reborn with Islamic State fanaticism: The destruction of cultural heritage as propaganda
The extent of the destruction is uncertain in the fog of war
Playing hardball with soft power on restitution claims
Western museums are feeling the pressure over restitution claims from China, Turkey and Cambodia
Western museums under pressure from China, Turkey, and Cambodia to fulfil restitution claims
The number of artefacts under restitution claims is rising
Interview: architect Jacques Herzog on Art Basel’s new hall
The co-founder of Herzog & de Meuron architects on remodelling Messe Basel and the end of Modernity
Heritage caught in the crossfire in wake of Arab Spring
From Macedonia to Mali, the culture of the Islamic world is in an ideological and territorial struggle
Demilitarised zone established to protect shelled temple on border between Cambodia and Thailand
Thai army cedes ground but future of Cambodian World Heritage site remains unresolved
Damien Hirst ignites the saleroom with his first appearance in auction
Five bidders competed for a Hirst painting
The artist presented as an eminent contemporary of Ruskin and Morris rather than a prefiguration of abstraction