Deitch archive will remain on site in Soho

The archive is expected to be available to the public by spring 2011

Battle over Joseph Beuys collection at Moyland Castle

Widow claims artist’s reputation is being damaged

Why the Tate turned down Rothko’s offer of 30 paintings

Archives reveal the events behind director Norman Reid’s decision to accept only nine of the artist’s pictures


Tate to launch Tate Channel, a film and video resource

This ambitious project will serve as an archive, allowing unprecedented remote access to information and art


Film-maker claims Warhol sexuality cover up

Denying the artist’s homosexuality makes his work more saleable, she says

Rediscovered Bacon “rubbish” could fetch £50,000

Documents and paintings will be sold at a country auction


MoMA puts collection inventories online

This move will substantially increase the accessibility of it's collections


Court action after Renoir archive fails to sell at auction

Collector sues family trust which had withdrawn the artist’s belongings from sale


Tate acquires Bacon archive

Barry Joule collection makes its way into public hands


Tate’s archives go online

A first step towards the future


Book review: 'For the King’s pleasure' is a meteorite of a book

This account of George IV’s decorations and furnishings is a landmark in the history of writing about the decorative arts


Kreitman’s donation opens Tate archive to the public

Spring 2002 to see new Research Centre at Millbank


V&A off limits to women in 1913?

Museums considered banning female visitors at height of suffrage movement

From the secret archives of the Victoria and Albert Museum: flinging more than a paint pot

The opening of a file on James McNeill Whistler, embargoed for a century, reveals him to have been a violent brawler, a racist and a gun-runner

Exploitation of the Tate Archives: Trial of accused paintings fraudster

John Drewe donated money to the Tate and allegedly doctored its documents


Revealed: what happened to the “degenerate” art in Germany’s museums, from G to Z

A 1941 typescript has been discovered that fills in the missing history of 16,588 works of art seized by the Nazis


The Tate Gallery: What The Queen, Mark Rothko, Peggy Guggenheim and Barbara Hepworth all said.

In Britain, official papers are revealed after thirty years. The Art Newspaper was ready and waiting to see what was—and what might have been

Tate finally gets some of Hepworth archive

After much controversy surrounding the archives release, Sir Alan Bowness releases part of the archive to Tate

The Hepworth papers: why the delay?

Despite the sculptor’s wishes, Alan Bowness has failed to hand her papers over to the Tate

Interview with Marcel Duchamp: Life is a game; life is art

From 4 April to 18 July the Palazzo Grassi is showing a 300- work exhibition by Pontus Hulten of the work of Marcel Duchamp, the artist whose ideas have pricked through the whole history of twentieth-century art. Here we publish one of his last interviews, made in 1966

Charles Saatchi: the man and the market. The Art Newspaper was given access to the Saatchi archive to chart the transformations of this world famous collector’s taste

As “Sensation!”, the exhibition of the Saatchi collection of young British art, opens at the Royal Academy we ask what drives Saatchi to buy, and risk, so much