Magnum photographer defends images of teenage gang rape victim after humanitarian organisation removes them from website
After controversy on social media surrounding Newsha Tavakolian’s photographs of East Congo, Médecins Sans Frontières announces internal review
Will new code of conduct make collectors more ethical?
A new code aims to introduce more transparency to the business of buying
Museum ethics organisation criticises ‘forced resignation’ of Manchester gallery director
Cimam is demanding "greater clarity" over the reasons for Alistair Hudson’s proposed removal
Inquiry into actions by Detroit Institute of Arts director and board chair found no misconduct, museum says
Law firm hired by the Detroit museum found no conflict of interest in loan of art from director's family, it adds
The only way is ethics: US museums should not neglect provenance research in the funding crisis
Ethical institutional practices such as staff equity and due diligence are essential investments, "not merely a luxury for flush times"
Why it is vital to promote cultural inclusion at New York's institutions
The arts sector must engage in constant dialogue with communities, says the city's commissioner of cultural affairs
National Gallery should be ashamed of how it treated its educators
Court documents reveal that the museum took little action to rectify the education team's employment status
How ethical can museums afford to be? We ask five major UK art institutions about funding challenges
We find out how mounting public scrutiny of private money could affect the bottom line of London's National Portrait Gallery, the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Gallery and the Tate
Philanthropy, but at what price? US museums wake up to public's ethical concerns
Daniel Weiss, Adam Weinberg and other museum leaders speak out following the fallout from the resignation of the Whitney’s vice chairman and the ongoing Sackler affair
The National Portrait Gallery's ethical dilemma
Plus, taking a stand on copyright
Four artists withdraw their work from the Whitney Biennial
The move follows on-going calls for the resignation of the museum board's vice chairman
The only way is ethics: the art world's 'networks of undue influence'
Ethics specialist Piergiorgio Pepe claims the power in the art industry is still held in the hands of a few
British Museum considers loan of ‘invisible’ objects back to Ethiopia
Country has requested return of 11 tabots held in sealed storeroom that the Ethiopian Orthodox Church believes should only be viewed by its priests
Why is the British Museum still accepting tobacco sponsorship?
South London Gallery returned funding to Sackler Trust last year
Plus, Nan Goldin's show at the National Portrait Gallery is expected to go ahead after the trust and London museum decided not to proceed with a £1m grant
Tate to stop accepting donations from the Sackler Trust
The move follows a mutual decision by the National Portrait Gallery and the Sackler Trust to not proceed with a £1m grant
Moscow residents petition Garage Museum to reject sponsorship from property developer
Activists say PIK Group's high-rise developments are environmentally unsafe and only aimed at making "super profits"
University of North Carolina rejects plan for museum to house toppled Confederate statue
UNC Chapel Hill seeks another solution to preserve Silent Sam, described as a “monument to white supremacy”
2018 in museums: big ethics questions dominate the field
Museums are facing greater scrutiny over sponsorship and the artists they choose to display
Museums too: what should institutions do when artists are accused of abuse?
As the #MeToo movement grows, US museums find themselves embroiled in ethical dilemmas
Retain or return? It’s complicated
The complex issues behind returning cultural goods to their place of origin
Should museums display human remains from other cultures?
Vienna’s Weltmuseum criticised for displaying a trophy head
Sex still sells—but scandal-hit artists may not
Judge orders destruction of convicted artist’s ‘indecent’ collection
Police say it is an offence to view the works seized from Graham Ovenden
Almost one third of solo shows in US museums go to artists represented by five galleries
Survey reveals prevalence of Pace, Gagosian, David Zwirner, Marian Goodman and Hauser & Wirth in exhibition programming
Hundreds of national museum workers on zero-hours contracts
Questions raised about the ethics of employment terms usually associated with discount stores and fast-food chains
V&A strengthens ties with Qatar by showing pearls exhibition from Doha, despite ethical concerns
Museum closes a cultural gulf
Collector Steven Brooks says Sotheby’s sold him Nazi art
Uncertainty over whether the work—once owned by Goering—was looted has apparently left it unsaleable