A breathtaking new exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum in New York showcases the diverse, ironical works of artist Maurizio Cattelan.
Currently on display at the Royal Academy, the work of 19th century artist Edgar Degas demonstrates how static images can evoke the elegant movement of dance.
Financial stability, community engagement and cultural development all factor into the complex question as to how museums should be funded, and how freely accessible to the public they should be.
The death of pop artist Richard Hamilton has deeply saddened the art world and its admirers. Cressida Smart makes the case for Hamilton, arguing that he “created the most important and enduring works of any British modern painter”.
On the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the US, we take a look at the various different ways in which New York City and the United States as a whole will be commemorating those who lost their lives, and those who gathered all their efforts to save as many as possible.