We, the original donors, entirely accept the suggested changes to the National Gallery's Sainsbury Wing
Timothy Sainsbury says he disagrees with the view that all of the functional parts of the building should be "preserved in aspic"
'Move London's National Gallery entrance from Trafalgar Square to a side street? No!'
Architect Edward Jones weighs in on the museum's controversial redevelopment plans
Letter from Afghanistan, after fleeing to Iran: it is not safe to be a woman or an artist
Sadaf Danish, an artist from Afghanistan, had to escape the Taliban but fears for the girls left behind
Letter from... Yemen: 'Seven years on, I'm making less art as the world becomes bored by the war'
Artist Ahmed Jahaf speaks out about how the world continues to ignore the crisis in his home country
A rare Van Gogh letter about the Sunflowers will go on display
Vincent’s note to his artist friend Emile Bernard is to be included in an exhibition of the Springer Collection at Madrid’s Thyssen Museum
A Van Gogh letter is coming up for auction: €250,000 for a single sheet of paper
Vincent writes philosophically about his mental illness, a year after mutilating his ear
Letters | Salvator Mundi: A circumspect description does not a negative verdict make
Robert B. Simon, the New York dealer who earlier had an interest in the $450m painting, questions our front-page article about a Prado catalogue downgrading the work from a fully authenticated Leonardo
'Pessimism is a luxury. For people living in Afghanistan, that is never an option': an Afghan art organisation on life under the Taliban
Letters to the editor | Donna Stein’s book about the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art is ‘misleading’ and has ‘inaccuracies’
Readers respond to an article about a new publication detailing the founding of the Iranian museum
Letters to the editor | Did Duchamp really steal Elsa’s urinal?
Debate rages on our Letters pages over whether Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven was responsible for the famous urinal that is attributed to Duchamp
Traffic believes the US and UK ivory sale bans are ‘vital elements in the international response’ to poaching
The official spokesman of the wild-trade monitoring organisation responds to The Art Newspaper's article on the trade in elephant ivory—and we respond to him
Letter to the editor: the Frick's viewing garden is worth preserving
Letters of note | Featuring Zaha Hadid, Picasso's biographer, a prison warden and many more
Selected correspondence from down the years
Letter to the Editor: from Sharon Flescher, IFAR
Re: Former director of scandal-beset Knoedler Gallery breaks her silence, The Art Newspaper, April 2016
Where are the 35 “fake” Warhols later reassessed as authentic?
Richard Dorment, Chief art critic at The Daily Telegraph, discusses the works
"Silver, Wine, Art and Gold" is a proper asset class
Joe Roseman, former head of economics at Moore Capital and author of Swag: Alternative Assets for the Coming Decade
Disputing the origins of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
“W.M. Rossetti’s letters provide ample evidence that he was the energiser in the Pre-Raphaelites”
“Dear Ronnie”: letter from Bacon in Kray sale
The auction took place on 26th January
First Ullens show is not representative of its subject matter
A letter to the editor
Letter: Director argues MoMA is misrepresented
From Glenn D. Lowry, Director of The Museum of Modern Art, New York