Acquisitions round-up: Tate gets Indigenous Australian art and Ohio's Toledo Museum swaps Impressionist paintings for a Kerry James Marshall
'Tate capitulated to my legal demand': donor of disputed Francis Bacon archive responds to museum's return of collection
Barry Joule disputes gallery’s claim that trove of sketches and documents, which he donated, was "unsuitable for retention"
Tate announces 2023 programme including exhibition pairing Hilma af Klint with Piet Mondrian
Solo shows dedicated to Isaac Julien and Sarah Lucas, a survey of contemporary African photography and the controversial "Philip Guston Now" are also on the slate
Largest-ever exhibition of work by disabled artists in UK to be staged across museums nationwide, including Tate and Arnolfini in Bristol
Thirty-one artists will "disrupt" institutions with nonsensical and surreal work, inspired by the rebellious spirit of the Dada movement
Francis Bacon: why Tate returned a 1,000-piece archive
Verse, NFT platform with a former Tate curator in its corner, hopes to bring order to the digital art market
The site's first selling exhibition, a collaboration with 12 leading artists and curators, hopes to bring trusted sources to the mad world of Web3 collecting
Tate to return Francis Bacon archive—once valued at £20m—to donor who was close friend of the artist
A thousand documents and sketches from the Barry Joule collection to be deaccessioned by London museum over attribution doubts
'The apple of my eye': New Cezanne show in London and Chicago includes still life once owned and loved by Gauguin
Retrospective opens at the Art Institute of Chicago this month and travels to Tate in October
Contemporary drag and fruity sculpture: Turner Prize 2022 shortlist announced
Exhibition for the award returns to Tate Liverpool this October after a 15-year hiatus
Chilean artist and activist Cecilia Vicuña—known for her epic textile works—will take over Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall this autumn
The Hyundai Commission will be unveiled in October
Tate to commission artist to 'critically engage' with racist imagery in Tate Britain restaurant mural
Rex Whistler’s 1927 artwork includes scenes of a Black child being enslaved and caricatures of Chinese figures
Tate's U-turn on Sacklers
The museum will remove the opioid sellers’ name from multiple locations
Tate Liverpool plans £30m gallery overhaul—with help from UK government’s ‘level up’ fund
The £10m public grant is part of a new initiative aimed at equalising quality of living between the north and south
Acquisitions round-up: Tate buys Hew Locke's airborne flotilla ahead of his major new commission in March
Business as usual for European museums operating in China, despite genocide ruling
A London panel has assembled the largest cache of evidence on the concentration camps in Xinjiang, but museums will not say if they have examined it
Art fairs: how did they begin and where are they going?
Running at 7%: Tate Modern's visitors slumped from 5.7 million at its peak to just 361,000 in 2020/21
Annual financial accounts show extent of fall in visitor numbers at national museums
Achim Borchardt-Hume (1965-2021): an appreciation
The untimely death of the distinguished Tate Modern curator, who died last week at the age of 56, "leaves an enormous gap", writes former Tate director Nicholas Serota
Chila Kumari Singh Burman lights up London's Tate Modern with blingtastic merchandise—including signature neons
Climate crisis warnings—including from Greta Thunberg—beamed onto Tate Modern's tower by artist Jenny Holzer
The travelling installation will head to Scotland for Cop26, the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, which starts this weekend
Caribbean-British artists: the long road to recognition
Tate Britain's ambitious show in December comes at a time of widespread interest in the overlooked artists of Caribbean heritage
Anicka Yi fills Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall with giant floating robots and millennia-old odours
Family of "aerobes" will respond to the space and people around them using electronic sensors positioned around the vast venue
Visitor figures: how many people are actually returning to London museums post-lockdown?
We asked English institutions to provide figures for the four-week period from 17 May to gauge current demand
Acclaimed Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Zanele Muholi shows end at Tate next week—but both are coming back
After runs punctuated by Covid-related delays, the exhibitions at Tate Modern and Tate Britain will return after their international tours
Black Obsidian Sound System: 'Thanks for the Turner Prize nomination, here are our terms'
Group shortlisted by Tate for the prestigious contemporary art prize is calling out the institution’s hypocrisy and demanding working conditions that are “nurturing and supportive”
For first time Turner Prize 2021 shortlist is made up entirely of artist collectives
From a Welsh community group to a neurodiverse arts hub in Hastings, the collectives' works will go on show in Coventry in September
Kusama-rama: Yayoi exhibitions open in London, New York and Berlin
Miss an exhibition at Tate or the Hayward Gallery? Catch up on shows from the past on new digital platform for the 'phygital era'
New virtual initiative theVOV also aims to generate funds for the creative sector, potentially unlocking "new streams of income"
The cost of the cuts: what now for UK museums as the Covid-19 crisis bites?
Museum directors in London and the regions are cutting jobs and slashing budgets, raising concerns for the post-pandemic future of the sector
Tate curator Mark Godfrey, who was disciplined for questioning the decision to postpone a Philip Guston show, parts ways with institution
Godfrey is taking voluntary redundancy as part of cost-cutting measures due to impact of Covid-19