As Cop28 opens in Dubai, museums grapple with net zero
As world leaders gather to attend the United Nations’ climate talks, a new report outlines how the UK government could help cultural venues divest from fossil fuels
'Where Dalí became who he was’: new museum in artist's childhood home offers insight into his earliest years
The house where Dalí was born has been transformed into an immersive cultural experience, featuring intimate family spaces and grand technological installations
Israeli gallery destroyed by Hamas finds new homes
Be’eri Gallery was burned during the 7 October attack, but displays in Jerusalem and beyond are carrying its legacy
Bombing of Gaza has damaged or destroyed more than 100 heritage sites, NGO report reveals
A Byzantine church and a seventh-century mosque are believed to have been obliterated, while scores of other cultural landmarks have been affected
As Iceland braces for the winter, museums lobby for more storage
Fifteen years since Iceland’s banking crisis, funding cuts have left the nation’s art in a state of potential peril
So you work for a museum and you have ratified a union contract… what next?
In the past few years, unionised employees at more than a dozen US museums have finalised their first contracts with management, but how have their day-to-day lives changed as a result?
An insider’s guide to Tokyo: the essential things to see during Art Week Tokyo
From a high-rise museum to an artist’s apartment turned project space, Sam Thorne, director-general of Japan House London, reveals his favourite places to discover art in the megacity and beyond
German parliament approves Berlin centre devoted to Nazi terror in occupied Europe
The new centre is to “include groups of victims who have so far received less attention,” the Bundestag says
Poland's arts community cautiously optimistic as right-wing ruling party fails to win majority
Poles voted in record numbers on the weekend, paving the way for the opposition parties led by Donald Tusk to form a coalition government
How museum guides are being enlisted in the US culture wars
Docents—voluntary educators who are frequently white, of retirement age and middle class—embody the tensions between the status quo and change in US museums
Lacklustre results for highly anticipated auction from Long Museum collection in China—experts weigh in on why
Despite a slew of records set for Western art in Asia, including new highest prices for Modigliani and Mark Bradford, the Hong Kong sale made below its low estimate
Fortnite’s Holocaust museum and how video games incorporate exhibition spaces
A virtual museum in the popular game counteracts players who deny or distort the history of antisemitism
The National Museum of Women in the Arts reopens after $67.5m makeover
The Washington, DC, museum opens on 21 October with an ambitious show of previously unseen large-scale sculptures and immersive installations
What's behind China's spate of museum closures and downsizings?
As the country's economy takes a nosedive, its institutions face fiscal freeze and covert control amid an increasingly chaotic and arbitrary government censorship regime
Barbenheimer has lessons for us all
Could museums replicate the unlikely film pairing that became a massive hit?
Why do US museum workers want to quit?
Employees in the sector increasingly find their jobs exhausting and unfulfilling—but how can they avoid burnout at work?
MoMA raises ticket price to $30 as US museums face tough choices on entry fees
Many of the biggest art museums in New York and elsewhere have raised the price of general admission to $30, while others continue to pursue free-entry policies
Cairo art centre faces demolition as new roads threaten heritage sites
Darb 1718, 'a really significant space', hosts contemporary art exhibitions, concerts, events and workshops
East Sussex institution hails the pioneering queer couple who changed textiles
The Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft is displaying an exhibition that pays homage to the unsung influence and secret history of Hilary Bourne and Barbara Allen
Fears grow for Georgian museum created to salute purged writers after director sacked
The Museum of Repressed Writers in Tbilisi was created to remember the creatives who were silenced by the Soviet Union. But, after months of political tension, the future of the museum hangs in the balance
American museum educators are trying a more playful approach
Two New York institutions are overhauling their education facilities, while others test a digital-first style of art pedagogy
Crimean museum director sanctioned by EU and Switzerland
Andrei Vitalievich Maglin is holding thousands of works from the Ukrainian city of Kherson
Does the search for US museum leaders lack transparency?
Julia Halperin examines the often mysterious recruitment procedure for new museum directors in the US, which has come under increased scrutiny
'Never trustee an MP: why politicians should stay off boards of cultural institutions'
The "arm's length" principle, which frowns on political meddling in museums, is being eroded by policy hawks, writes artist and activist Bob and Roberta Smith
Will Italy's right-wing government control who gets to direct the nation’s biggest museums?
Art historians are concerned the culture ministry is lining up candidates to run top institutions including Florence’s Uffizi Galleries and Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera
Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow shreds box-office record with Banksy exhibition
With his first official solo show in 14 years, Banksy left his tag on the Scottish city, home to the mysterious street artist's favourite work of art in the UK
Shanay Jhaveri—the Barbican Centre’s first non-British head of visual arts—reveals his plans for the London institution
The Indian curator, appointed a year after a racism dispute at the centre, hopes to diversify audiences and expand the presence of art across the Brutalist complex
Couple behind Shanghai's Long Museum to sell part of their collection at Sotheby's
Paintings by Modigliani and Kusama among the 50 works to be offered in Hong Kong—with more potentially coming to the block in New York
Remembering Kavita Singh, acclaimed historian of Indian art and museology, who has died, aged 58
An expert on Mughal, Rajput and Deccan painting traditions, she was unafraid to address rising nationalism in state-led cultural institutions