Bell foundry that cast Big Ben can be turned into boutique hotel, UK government says
Decision has drawn wave of criticism from culture and heritage professionals, accusing government of ‘money-grabbing philistinism’
Grayson Perry is casting a bell to ring at the end of the Covid-19 pandemic
As future of London's historic Whitechapel foundry hangs in the balance, artist’s bell will be made elsewhere
Raphael Cartoons are ready for their close-up on V&A website
High-resolution images of Renaissance treasures go online, revealing the tiniest details of Raphael’s creative process
Digital technologies allow us to create precise copies of artefacts—but what does this mean for the idea of 'authenticity'?
Online book demonstrates the groundbreaking work by Factum Foundation to create high-resolution facsimiles but also raises questions of value
Can new tech recreate the hand of an Old Master?
If the sea destroys Venice, can digital technology rebuild it?
The Art Newspaper is co-hosting a live YouTube discussion on digital innovations and the preservation of cultural heritage on 1-3 May
Jacob Rothschild fulfills a 50-year-old dream with two sculptures by a Greek Modernist
How two monumental figures by Niko Ghika looking out from Corfu were made