Photo ban lifted on Picasso’s Guernica after 30 years
New museum director hopes to appeal to younger audiences though selfie sticks are still off limits
Beyond Picasso: the other Guernicas are brought together for exhibition in northern France
Artist responses to the 1937 bombing in the Basque Country include René Iché's disturbing sculpture and a piece by protégé of Henri Matisse
‘Extreme right’ attacks contributed to resignation of Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum director, open letter says
The museum community has leapt to the defence of the former leader of Spain's national museum of 20th-century art after a series of prominent articles accused him of internal rule-breaking and "political propaganda"
Woman's selfie mishap damages work at Madrid’s Reina Sofia museum
Meanwhile, Mick Jagger's photo in front of Picasso's Guernica makes waves
Tapestry replica of Picasso's anti-war masterpiece Guernica removed from United Nations headquarters after 35 years
The work was loaned by the Rockefeller family, who have now requested it back
Tate's huge 'Guernica of the Arab world' is recreated in tapestry so it can travel the world
Dia al-Azzawi's Sabra and Shatila Massacre has been commissioned by a Lebanese art foundation as an "archive of history"
Books: A personal reflection on artistic responses to war
Records, celebrations, denunciations
Manuel Borja-Villel: "Reina Sofía can be a 21st-century leader”
Director Borja-Villel is instituting radical changes to Madrid museum
Art on the big screen: The art of war and sex
A look at 'Guernica: Portrait of War' and 'Love You More'
Why did the United Nations cover up Picasso’s “Guernica”?
How a historical work of art loses its past