'It's been a grim year—but the importance of art cannot be overlooked'
The war in Gaza casts a dark shadow over 2023
Which heritage sites have been damaged or destroyed in Gaza?
Lisson Gallery puts Ai Weiwei London show on hold over Israel-Hamas war tweet
The artist-activist defends free speech in a lengthy response, but says that the gallery’s decision is “for his own well-being”
'Gaza' spray-painted on world's oldest cultural institution dedicated to the Holocaust
The director of the Wiener Holocaust Library in London described the vandalism as “an action that can only make sense to antisemites and their enablers”
Museums around the world wonder how—or if—to respond to Israel-Hamas war
Icom releases first public statement on Gaza war
Comments come four days after Icom Israel demanded that the Unesco-affiliated museum organisation condemn Hamas as terrorist organisation
Historic Greek Orthodox church in Gaza hit by deadly missile strikes
Saint Porphyrius, a sanctuary for both Christians and Muslims and believed to be the world's third oldest church, was bombed on Thursday with at least 18 Christian Palestinians reportedly killed
Art Basel increases security for Paris + fair following state of alert in France
Anti-ram barriers will be placed around the venue following a terrorist incident in France, linked to Israel-Hamas war
Experts fear for preservation of 'spectacular' mosaic unearthed by farmers in Gaza refugee camp
The Byzantine-era gem has been described as "the most beautiful mosaic floor" found in Palestine
At an art school in Gaza, creation prevails amid destruction
Bombings have halted classes in the city’s only accredited arts academy, but its founder keeps hope alive
A global pandemic brings new life to Palestinian artist's face masks
Gazan-born artist Mohammed Musallam finds new meaning in a past face mask project, which is based upon a traditional keffiyeh design
First evidence of damage to Gaza’s cultural sites emerges
Antiquities museum hit; fears grow for excavated archaeology.