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Courtesy of the Lianzhou Museum of Photography

China gets first state-funded photo museum

Lianzhou, a small city in China’s southern Guangdong province and home to an acclaimed annual photography festival, has opened the country’s first state-owned museum...


Why it’s time to talk seriously about digital reproductions

In 1867, the founding director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Henry Cole, released the ‘Convention for Promoting Universally Reproductions of Works of Art for the...


Tate cuts ties with Anthony d’Offay amid sexual harassment claims

Tate in London and National Galleries Scotland (NGS) are suspending contact with the London-based art dealer Anthony d’Offay, after the Observer newspaper reported (14...


Indian jewels stolen from exhibition at Venice’s Palazzo Ducale

Indian jewels stolen from exhibition at Venice’s Palazzo Ducale | Several items of Indian jewellery from the collection of a member of the Al Thani ruling family of...

Iwona Blazwick. Ed Miles Photography

What the art world is looking forward to in 2018

Iwona Blazwick Director, Whitechapel Art Gallery Fourth Plinth: The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, London, March 2018 Michael Rakowitz’s winged bull takes its place...


Celeb cameos in the int art world

Celebrities seemed to make more cameos in the art world this past year than ever before. There were the actors performing artistic parts: Julia Stiles played a curator...


British Museum’s Redisplay focuses on New China & India

The Queen officially opened the British Museum’s Gallery of China and South Asia in early November in the presence of its benefactor, the Hong Kong- and London-based...


5 Conspiracy Theories That Will Blow Up Your Art World

In a lot of ways, this was the Year of the Conspiracy Theory. Fabulations and connect-the-dots conjectures of all sorts found their way from the margins to the center....


Beijing artist who filmed mass evictions of migrants released on bail

The Chinese artist Hua Yong, who publishing videos of Beijing’s controversial evictions of migrants and surrounding protests, has been released on bail following...


Thief walks out of Paris gallery with Botero’s Maternity statue

A bronze Fernando Botero sculpture, estimated to be worth €425,000, was stolen from Galerie Bartoux in an upmarket district of Paris earlier this month in broad...