Tate's huge 'Guernica of the Arab world' is recreated in tapestry so it can travel the world
Dia al-Azzawi's Sabra and Shatila Massacre has been commissioned by a Lebanese art foundation as an "archive of history"
Books: A personal reflection on artistic responses to war
Records, celebrations, denunciations
Manuel Borja-Villel: "Reina Sofía can be a 21st-century leader”
Director Borja-Villel is instituting radical changes to Madrid museum
Art on the big screen: The art of war and sex
A look at 'Guernica: Portrait of War' and 'Love You More'
Why did the United Nations cover up Picasso’s “Guernica”?
How a historical work of art loses its past