Artist wins case against neighbours he secretly photographed

Appellate court upholds First Amendment rights but encourages stricter privacy laws in future

Published online: 10 April 2015

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Artists' studios to open in News International’s former home

Revamped site in east London will open in June

Published online: 08 April 2015

Whitney's curators explore wide open spaces of new downtown home

Architect Renzo Piano's building, which opens next month, provides the opportunity to show the collection's breadth at long last

Published online: 05 April 2015

Alain Seban says adieu to Beaubourg, but will his global vision be realised by his successor?

Serge Lasvignes takes the reins at Centre Pompidou after pop-up opens in Málaga

Published online: 04 April 2015

California court says Cranach suit can go ahead

Statute of limitations does not apply in Goudstikker heirs’ claim against Norton Simon Museum, ruling finds

Published online: 03 April 2015

Leading art libraries pull together to make research available on the web

Joint project to place 31.5 million images on a single website would “revolutionise” art history, says Frick Collection’s Inge Reist

Published online: 01 April 2015


Solved: Monet's Green Park puzzle

A Monet-related mystery has finally been solved. A scene of London by the artist was long entitled Green Park, London, although it was...

Does Gwyneth have a soft spot for Basquiat?

Rumours swirled about Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow at Art Basel in Hong Kong last month: did the “Shakespeare in Love” star snap...

Ruskin’s flirtation with photography

An auction sleeper lot of 188 daguerreotypes estimated at £80-£100 has turned out to have belonged to John Ruskin, making the collection...


Tour the Amphipolis tomb

The media frenzy around the discovery of a massive and richly decorated tomb in Amphipolis, near Serres shows now signs of slowing down, especially since a skeleton was found at the site last week that is believe to be on of Alexander the Great’s generals. To appease the insatiable archaeology fans, this weekend, Skai TV and the newspaper Kathimerini released a 3D animated tour of the tomb, showing the treasures archaeologists have uncovered so far: two sphinxes, two caryatids and an intricate floor mosaic.