Publishing Tate's colourful past to celebrate its centenary

Histories and anecdotes of the Tate Gallery and the British Museum


Edo-period art at the Tokyo Fuji Art Museum

From the ukiyo-e prints popular culture to the armour of the Shogun, this exhibition delves into the many strands of Edo period art and culture

Guggenheim's China exhibition: everything but the kitchen sink

This mega-show spanning five millennia focuses on “diversity rather than unity”, insists its organiser Sherman Lee, but does it risk homogenising Chinese art into a timeline?

Round up of Italian publishers this season

Historical figures predominate, with archaeology close behind.

Moral guidelines for archaeology

New rules and guidelines for archaeologists around the world.


International Silver and Jewellery Fair exhibition examines royal jewellery: real, revived and faked

“Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen Scots: History and Myth” is on show, along with several groundbreaking seminars