How theatre provided a brief escape for prisoners from concentration camp horrors
First major show on subject is at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow
EU Parliament pulls plug on UK’s bid for European Capital of Culture 2023
Move raises fears that Brexit will leave Britain 'culturally isolated'
We have an obligation to share collections abroad says V&A director
The V&A’s new, German-born director Martin Roth on what he learned in Dresden—and Beijing
Gian Enzo Sperone: 'The nature of the art market has changed for ever'
The Italian dealer and co-founder of Sperone Westwater spoke to us in 2011 about botany, the difference between European and US galleries and why the "big gallery" systems won't last
EU tax and regulation changes and more sales could allow the European art market to retain top spot over China
Yet the EU's share of the market is steadily declining and the US may already have lost its lead
Disagreement between France and Spain on cultural protectionism
President Aznar of Spain stated that cultural protectionism was “the refuge of a country whose culture is in decline”
A report, produced by David Kusin, suggests that the European art market seems to be in decline compared to that of the US
Are taxes and regulations hamstringing Europe or does the US just spend more?
Germany leads the way as Europe sees increased sponsorship of the arts
Record giving approached £1bn across the continent
Count down to 1993 and the United States of Europe—are you prepared? Everything you need to know about the European Commission and the Maastricht Treaty
Read this and keep it if you’re an artist, a dealer, an auctioneer, a collector, a museum curator, an academic, a publisher, an advertiser, a sponsor, a restorer, an architect, a lawyer or an arts administrator—inside or outside Europe
Appel, Rauschenberg, Panamarenko design high-art kites for an exhibition touring Europe
Flying art around the world