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
'Galleries are not for me’: Imran Perretta on state surveillance and his difficult relationship with art spaces
As his latest film exploring the treatment of young Muslim men tours the UK, opening at Baltic in Gateshead this weekend, Perretta explains how he never wanted to be in the art world
Ibrahim Mahama's ghosts of Ghana. Plus, China's epic Picasso show
We speak to the Ghanaian artist as he unveils a major new commission at the Whitworth as part of the Manchester International Festival. Plus, we find out about the Picasso blockbuster at UCCA in Beijing. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.
New £150,000 grant to ‘embolden’ museums goes to Whitworth and Van Abbemuseum
Award from Outset Partners will support Arte Útil project to queer collections and work with local communities
Bicentenary events aim to reignite John Ruskin’s radical flame
The work of the influential—but now underappreciated—polymath, whose followers included Gandhi, is the subject of several shows this year
Visions of Love and Life: Pre-Raphaelites light up the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
This year appears to be the year of the Pre-Raphaelite, with yet another major show on the way