UK's £120m post-Brexit festival selects teams—including art organisations—for next step of controversial initiative
Serpentine Galleries, Tate and historian David Olusoga are on the shortlist for £3m research and development funding
Post-Brexit UK festival chief seeks country’s 'brightest talents' amid criticism over £120m cost
The project, planned for 2022, promises £3m in total to successful applications
Hundreds of art organisations outraged as UK withdraws from €1.46bn Creative Europe fund
More than 680 cultural figures and institutions sign open letter over decision they believe "threatens an impoverished future for British creativity"
Leaked draft of EU paper stirs Parthenon Marbles dispute
But the clause is unlikely to refer to the ancient Greek sculptures in the British Museum, expert says
Brexit: what's next for the UK art market?
Leaving the EU will make business with its member states more difficult but is likely to offer opportunities further afield, says former MEP Daniel Dalton
Crying over EU: how the arts should mark Brexit day
From Richard Artschwager's huge exclamation point, to David Shrigley's thumb, here are some of the most appropriate artistic responses to this historic moment
Van Gogh Museum's Emilie Gordenker ruled out UK jobs because of Brexit
The incoming director was headhunted for museum posts in Europe and the US but steered clear of the UK "for obvious reasons"
'Taking us back to the dark ages': UK-Europe exchange programme Erasmus hangs in the balance
Art history academics speak out as impending Brexit deadline threatens European partnership
Olympic games supremo Martin Green to lead 2022 post-Brexit UK festival
Conservative government wants £120m event to “celebrate all four nations’ offer to the world”
Nicky Morgan—who stood down in UK election to spend more time with her family—is reappointed as culture secretary
Boris Johnson gives former MP a peerage in order to keep her in the cabinet, but survival of culture department in the longer term is not assured
Artists react angrily to Tory landslide result in UK general election
Issues raised include the environmental crisis and the future of the Labour party
From cancelled fairs to street art's auction room takeover: the art market's fruitiest stories of 2019
We look back at the stories that have overturned the art world order this year
From a Paris inferno to the Leonardo tussle: the art world's top stories of 2019
We look back at the major events that made the headlines this year
Arts commentators question Conservative Party's controversial £120m ‘festival of Brexit’
Will artists and institutions participate in “national celebration” planned for 2022?
Antony Gormley in talks with French government over sculpture project in Brittany
Brexit is a disaster for the UK, says the sculptor as he unveils his Field for the British Isles installation at Firstsite gallery in Colchester
'Welcome to the shitshow': Jeremy Deller's new film delves into the dark underbelly of Brexit
New deadline creates problems for National Gallery's 'Brexit-ready' exhibition schedule
Museum has avoided transporting loans to and from Europe around 31 October “deadline”, but the last-minute extension to next January may cause shipping issues
When Britain divides, custody of its art must be shared fairly
If Scottish independence follows Brexit, what will happen to the national collection?
'London’s resilience, creativity and innovation will help us to keep open for the world'
As the art world turns out in the capital during Frieze, Justine Simons, London's deputy mayor for culture and the creative industries, wonders what the rest of the world must be thinking
'Open, exciting and global': Frieze out to beat Brexit blues
London-based fair strikes international note as gallery roster expands
Despite Brexit, Britain is biggest lender to Louvre’s Leonardo blockbuster show
Tom Watson, deputy Labour leader, wants to put 'creativity back at the heart of our classrooms'
Politician also says Brexit will have 'disastrous' consequences for creative industries
Politics requires a science degree? Why Boris Johnson's chief strategist is wrong about arts education
“If you are interested in politics you will be far better off if you study maths or physics,” writes aide Dominic Cummings in his blog
'Outrageous coup': art world shocked as Boris Johnson suspends parliament
Jeremy Deller and Lubaina Himid feature in Cold War Steve’s 'inspirational' new collage on show in Edinburgh
‘Brexit changes the game’: David Zwirner to open Paris gallery
Mega-dealer’s first space on the European continent will open to coincide with Fiac art fair this autumn
Boris Johnson wants to create six freeports and tax-free zones around the UK
Vast storage facilities for high-value items such as art and cars have stoked controversy
The Brexit Bunch: fake Farage and counterfeit Corbyn attend the Malekis' pro-EU party
Anti-Brexit artist campaign set to raise more than £1.5m as UK heads to polls for European elections
United Artists for Europe exhibition and auction will benefit cultural projects supporting heritage preservation across the continent, but Notre Dame is ruled out