A painting by Thomas Gainsborough at the National Gallery in London has gone back on display after being attacked with a sharp instrument.
Pierre Thiam, a chef from Senegal, will demonstrate how to use this high-protein grain at the Museum of Food and Drink.
The police say thieves broke into the Bode Museum from a window over nearby railway tracks, and made off with the Canadian “Big Maple Leaf” coin, the world’s largest.
Using a wealth of new scientific information, a seasoned homicide detective has developed a theory in a death 5,300 years ago.
The center in Harlem posted video of what its headquarters may eventually look like, and announced financing efforts under its new board president.
Two jewelers are establishing a museum in Jaipur, India’s gem capital, for precious objects, from jewelry to hair ornaments and toe rings.
Our guide to new art shows, and one coming attraction.
The artist Doug Wheeler has built a room in the Guggenheim Museum that evokes the quiet of the desert, where visitors can escape the city’s din.
“Mummies,” an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, uses technology to get a better understanding of ancient Peruvians and Egyptians.
How are museums seeking to address a declining understanding of World War II and the Holocaust?
Just 30 percent of large art museums have female directors. And they make 75 cents for every dollar earned by male peers.
The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is one of several museums making changes to engage and educate younger people about the Holocaust and anti-Semitism.
Museum directors, artists, commentators and others gathered in Doha to discuss the state of art, including as a business.
Now focusing on contemporary art, the Miami Beach museum will have plenty of competition.
The Danish arts group is known for its politically charged work.
Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.
Five artists in the Whitney Biennial have collaborated with Tiffany on limited-edition works to be sold at the museum and at the jeweler’s flagship store.
In many ways, universities and their museums are drawing closer. You might even see students hanging artworks.
In a growing movement, museums nationwide are offering programs for adolescents that let them explore challenging subjects, sometimes working directly with artists.
Rebecca Alban Hoffberger discusses opening the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore in 1995 to show the works of outsider and self-taught artists.