Already suffering from fair-tigue? A former director ponders how the format must evolve to survive
If culture agencies dodge the fatal bullet, they should focus on collection-sharing and investment in bricks and mortar
A stroke of a ministerial pen saved Liverpool’s collections 35 years ago—the same needs to happen again
Project to repair Anglican building brought Muslims and Christians together
Expert opinions concerning attribution and authenticity are fundamental to art history
Belgian capital is being hyped as the next big art hub but it still lacks a proper "scene"
Jordan Wolfson’s sculptures depend heavily on special effects studios
The conversations are better, the public is enthusiastic, and there is enough, but not too much art—and it’s good