Curator named for John Akomfrah's British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale
Tarini Malik, formerly of the Whitechapel Gallery and the Hayward Gallery, will seek to "extend the reach" of Akomfrah's work at a "critical, transitional moment" for the UK's visual sector
Reverend Joyce McDonald: 'From the shooting gallery to the art gallery'
She spent decades hooked on heroin until a religious experience changed her life. Now, the reverend of a Brooklyn church has been discovered by the art world
London Gallery Weekend: best shows for photography fans
The photographer who revolutionised billboard advertising, a fly on Andy Warhol's wall and a sickly look at seaside memories
National Archaeological Museum of Naples opening new branch in the city’s famous Real Albergo dei Poveri
MANN's new partner museum will provide an additional 10,000 sq. m of exhibition space, allowing the people of Naples to finally see the full range of the largest collection of classical archaeology in the world
All change at Tate Britain after first rehang in a decade
Wartime museum on remote Scottish island one of five UK cultural centres shortlisted for world's biggest museum prize
Winner of the Art Fund's Museum of the Year prize will receive a £120,000 award at a ceremony on 17 July
Venice Architecture Biennale curator criticises Italian government for denying visas for three Ghanaian curators
Lesley Lokko, the curator of the 18th edition of the event, said the decision showed the “ugly rear” of Italian immigration policy but should not be "the defining story of this exhibition"
Hunt under way in Sheffield after precious artefacts stolen from city centre museum in daybreak heist
Police concerned ornate blades taken from Kelham Island Museum could be sold on the black market in the latest of a series of attacks on institutions in the UK city
After close ties revealed, University of Oxford drops Sackler name from museum and libraries—but keeps the money
The university will remove name from the Ashmolean Museum and the Bodleian Libraries
John Soane’s drawing office opens to public for first time
The small room acted as the 'creative heart' of the historic British architect's home and office, and is now available to view after a year-long restoration
Photo London's director promises to 'embrace the new'—so why does it look the same?
Now under the directorship of Kamiar Maleki, the UK's largest photography fair returns to Somerset House for its eighth edition
MoMA PS1 hires Hammer Museum curator Connie Butler as its next director
Butler made a similar cross-country move in 2006, when she left the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles for a job at the Museum of Modern Art in New York
'The outsider': a film about the forgotten photographer Tish Murtha to open Sheffield DocFest
Murtha died suddenly in 2013, having never received recognition for her photography. But today, she is recognised as one of the most significant artists of her generation
Climate protestors attack Degas sculpture at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC
A man and a woman have daubed red and black paint on the display case containing 'Little Dancer'
Sudan conflict: pro-democracy artists under attack and museums at risk of looting, sources say
Leading artists and museum professionals raise fears as violence erupts in Khartoum
Martin Parr to take centre stage at Photo London fair
The documenter of Britain’s quirks is this year’s Master of Photography
The camera never lies? Creator of AI image rejects prestigious photo award
Boris Eldagsen has accused the Sony World Photograph Awards of failing to distinguish between a photograph and a DALL-E 2-created image, while the organisers condemn a ‘deliberate attempt at misleading us’
Brutal demand for change: Steve McQueen's Grenfell Tower film at the Serpentine
Weeks after a fire took the lives of 72 people, the British artist, who was born nearby, shot the ruin of the 24-storey tower from a circling helicopter
MoMA apologises to artist Heather Agyepong, who was ejected from exhibit intended as safe space for Black visitors
New York museum pledges to “protect the experience” of Black visitors after leading British Ghanaian artist is asked to leave Black Power Naps installation following another visitor’s complaint
'A place for us to show our living journey as artists': Gilbert & George opening London art centre
The artists reveal they will soon have a retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London at the opening of their permanent exhibition space
Tel Aviv Museum of Art partially closes in support of Israel's 'day of paralysis'
Israel's oldest art museum joins nationwide protests against government's contentious new laws, in what arts philanthropist Batia Ofer describes as a "fight for our democracy"
Acquisitions round up: the Met acquires 16th-century portrait of pope's banker
London's Royal Academy of Arts offers young visitors half price entry
Museum's new 25 & Under ticketing scheme for temporary exhibitions is being subsidised by the art collectors Batia and Idan Ofer
A museum in a cargo lorry: Tate takes art on the road in Liverpool
The new Art Explora 'Mobile Museum' is on a ten-week tour in the north of England to make art more accessible
British Museum's chairman suggests 'hybrid' deal with Greece over Parthenon Marbles
"I think there is a way forward where the sculptures could be seen both in London and in Athens, and that will be a win-win for Greece and for us,” George Osborne says
Museum community must agree on binding protocols to counter 'increasing political interference' across Europe, leading directors say
A slew of cases of museum directors forced from their positions is a "spectacular moment of crisis,” the Museum Watch Committee chair said at annual museums conference
UK culture ministry shake up: Lucy Frazer named secretary for 'refocussed' department
Prime minister Rishi Sunak has overhauled the country's Department for Culture, Media and Sport Digital, dropping "digital" from its mandate
Acquisitions round up: Art Institute of Chicago acquires Magdalena Abakanowicz's horsehair wall hangings
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‘Extreme right’ attacks contributed to resignation of Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum director, open letter says
The museum community has leapt to the defence of the former leader of Spain's national museum of 20th-century art after a series of prominent articles accused him of internal rule-breaking and "political propaganda"
Derelict ice factory in the desert transformed into UAE's newest contemporary art venue
Opening in time for the Sharjah Biennial, the Kalba Ice Factory building boasts 20,000 sq. m exhibition space