Ukraine fundraiser shines intriguing light on art, wealth—and a flexible approach to morality
'Brave Ukraine' event—presided over by Christie’s and held at Tate Modern—shows a cultural crowd keen to distance itself from the oligarchs it once wooed
The stakes of a copyright case being heard by the US Supreme Court go way beyond Andy Warhol
A forthcoming Supreme Court hearing in a case relating to a Warhol work that used a photographer’s portrait has potentially huge implications for copyright claims
The war in Ukraine: how often must history repeat itself?
Russian repression of the Ukrainian state has always been met with great resistance—this time is no different, says Maria Shust is the director of the Ukrainian Museum in New York
'Ukrainian culture is alive as long as there are people ready to defend it'
Art workers in the war-torn country have created a territory of hope amid the terror of war
We tackled Dutch slaving history—the Rijksmuseum's exhibition could serve as a model of its kind
The Netherlands needs to collectively examine how its past has shaped today's society, says the director of the Amsterdam museum
Could 2021 be the year of the African museum?
While the West continues to grapple with its colonial past, institutions from Togo to Cairo are creating more expansive models to celebrate art
'Politicians have failed us': Michael Craig-Martin's thoughts from isolation
The great plagues and wars of the past were followed by dramatic changes in the arts—the same will happen again, says the conceptual artist
Greetings from a museum leaving lockdown: lessons from Beijing's UCCA Center for Contemporary Art
Philip Tinari, the director and CEO of the Chinese museum, shares what the institution has learned during closure and its future plans
Where is the West? Art world should be supporting China during coronavirus crisis
Our beleaguered art colleagues need our help and we must not turn our backs on Chinese art institutions, says Philip Dodd, head of Made in China
Hans Ulrich Obrist: 'Ecology will be at the heart of everything we do'
The Serpentine Galleries' artistic director will reduce his flying 'very significantly' as the London institution goes green to mark its 50th anniversary
As The Art Newspaper turns 30, the question is—will the A-word survive?
"Art" is a loaded term, freighted with associations of class and power
Comment | Cupid ‘outing’ in Vermeer painting is the right move
The uncovered figure changes the composition of Girl Reading a Letter at an Open Window
Gilded coffin gives Met a golden opportunity
To prevent similar high-profile losses in the future, the Met should hire a permanent, full-time provenance curator
When it comes to museum attendance, it’s more than just a numbers game
London's National Portrait Gallery director on the way cultural institutions engage audiences and measure success
What’s in a title? It’s time to reframe the Parthenon Marbles debate
The British Museum's ownership of the statues is only guaranteed within the UK—things get more complicated on an international level
Funding the arts through the National Lottery is not a winning solution
Thanks to an austerity-induced accounting trick, lottery funding is replacing taxes
Is contemporary art the kale of the art world?
The rise in popularity of the green vegetable mirrors that of contemporary art
Sydney’s flagship museum is entirely focused on building a costly extension. Why?
Unless the Art Gallery of New South Wales begins to focus more on exhibitions, there is every reason to believe that Sydney Modern will be a gigantic and costly flop
Egon Schiele was not a sex offender
The 100th anniversary of Austrian artist’s death has arrived just in time for the #MeToo movement
Displaying the ruins of demolished social housing at the Venice Architecture Biennale is not ‘art-washing’
The V&A acquired a fragment of London's Robin Hood Gardens before it was demolished
Retain or return? It’s complicated
The complex issues behind returning cultural goods to their place of origin
What we can learn from Saudi art
Suddenly, a lot of money is flowing through the kingdom for the promotion of contemporary art and culture
The mirage of riches in museums’ vaults
Putting aside museum ethics, Martin Gammon looks at the financial viability of museums deaccessioning their collection as a quick fix for financial trouble
Serota on a sustainable future for museums: why Tate needs to change in a changing world
Moving on from traditional didacticism and adapting to a new level of modern communication
The consensus is that one of the world’s greatest museums, the V&A, has lost its way. A strong leader is needed.
Decorative arts flagship seeks captain who believes in its contents and curators