Basel to get new cultural venue in former mayonnaise factory

Pop-up arts programme from Basel Social Club comes ahead of major regeneration initiative in the city

‘Everything has a price’: estate agent lists historic foundry that once cast Big Ben's bells

Latest chapter in troubled history of foundry sees it put up for rent—and possible sale

Rachel Whiteread and Roger Hiorns shortlisted for major new UK land art project

The Deep Time initiative on West Cumbria coastline also includes works by Susan Philipsz and Ryan Gander

London foundry redevelopment still ringing alarm bells for heritage campaigners

Question mark over historic Whitechapel site a year after boutique hotel plan approved

As a highway looming over a historic Black community in New Orleans faces renewal, artists evoke its history

The hulking Claiborne Expressway that bisects Tremé, a seat of New Orleans culture, has been a source of inspiration and concern—explicitly and implicitly—for generations of artists


Installations and murals by Ugo Rondinone and Pae White to be unveiled in major revamp of London's Paddington station

The regeneration scheme includes a building ­designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano that has been dubbed the “ice cube”

Inside The Box: Plymouth’s £48m bid for cultural revival

Pandemic scuppers city’s celebrations of Mayflower anniversary and hopes for tourist crowds—but flagship museum project opens against the odds

Huge neighbourhood of artists' studios set for neglected part of south-east London

Plans led by V22 art collective part of a wider £3.5bn regeneration scheme

Twenty years on: how the Guggenheim Bilbao came of age

Against the odds, Spain's US-branded museum has drawn more than 20 million visitors since it opened in 1997

How far can developers gentrify the artist hub of Red Hook?

New projects are looming, but there are still around 150 artists’ studios in the Brooklyn neighbourhood

Wim Delvoye unveils plans for museum in historic Iranian city

Belgian artist restores palatial buildings in Kashan and creates works with Isfahan metalworkers

Peckham rejects plan to turn car park into artists’ studios

Dismay that council’s decision will stop Bold Tendencies building on its success in south London

Council rejects bold plan to create 800 artists’ studios in south London

Art project that transformed Peckham car park faces uncertain future

From the archive, 1 October 1990: 'We did not pursue any party political nonsense on the Museum Island'

On the 25th anniversary of German reunification, we republish our first ever front-page story, in which East Berlin museums chief Günter Schade defends his record and reveals how East German museums sold in order to buy

Aristocrat unveils £1m multiverse land art by Charles Jencks

Work part of huge project to regenerate former mine in Scotland

Mayor commissions new public art for London in regeneration plans

Ten new works for parts of the city thanks to High Street Fund initiated after 2011 riots<br>