Exhibition of Gormley’s figures repopulates a Greek island’s ancient ruins
Life-size "bodyforms" are positioned amid ancient grottoes, agoras and sculptures
Cultural 'matrimony' could resolve heritage disputes
We need to rethink our perceptions of an artist or an artefact as having a single, unified or homogenous heritage
What comes after the bailout for Greece’s art world?
As the country’s economy moves towards recovery, we asked art figures to reflect on the crisis and look towards the future
BlogIn the frame
Is Greece's 'modern-day Odyssey' finally over?
Potty about pictures: ancient Athenian vases are an important historical resource—but this book fails to deliver
Large gaps in the material and a lack of thorough explanation make this volume less useful than it could be
Sotheby's sues Greece over its claim to ancient bronze horse
A case of man bites dog: auction house turns the tables on Greek government after it was forced to withdraw the figure from New York sale in May
InterviewFrieze New York
On the road, from Iraq to Germany
The Iraqi-Kurdish artist Hiwa K on migration and contemporary politics