Mr. Campbell will pursue research at the Getty in Los Angeles and Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, England. He left the Met museum last month.
The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, is facing repercussions over a controversy surrounding Dana Schutz’s painting “Open Casket.”
A trip to Ostend on the North Sea, a place both bawdy and fancy, illuminates the creativity of the painter James Ensor, who spent his life here.
The first New York museum show devoted to the design maverick Ettore Sottsass lavishly contextualizes his work, from a red Olivetti typewriter to his role in the Memphis design group.
Cristóbal de Villalpando’s Baroque altarpiece hasn’t left Puebla, Mexico, since 1683. It’s now at the Met, and it’s overpowering.
The Broad? Meet the Cheech: A champion of Latino art moves beyond his personal collection to found a new museum.
Mr. de Montebello, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s former director, will be a director of Acquavella Galleries, effective immediately.
A high-profile attempt to educate young people about the Holocaust is also balancing the sensitive issue of charging for the exhibition.
Two prominent museum groups said the plan to sell works by Norman Rockwell, Alexander Calder and others would violate the organizations’ ethical codes.
The Syrian video collective Abounaddara took down some 400 videos because they said a Milan art fair had improperly incorporated them into an exhibition.
Four years after the donation of 2,070 photos created by Annie Leibovitz to a Nova Scotia museum, a government panel is balking at its $20 million valuation.
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Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.
The museum’s acquisition of 16 drawings and a painting from an unidentified British collector is its “biggest in terms of financial value,” its director said.
The Museum of Modern Art has issued a list of items to be included in the October show “Is Fashion Modern?,” its first on the subject since 1944.
Italian prosecutors doubt the authenticity of 21 works attributed to Amedeo Modigliani in an exhibit at the Palazzo Ducale in Genoa.
Many works in this exhibition, by a 17th-century Mexican painter, have not been shown in the United States before.
One book offers a historical look at how museums came to be, and another offers a guided tour of Europe. A third, set in the Louvre, is a breathless thriller.
Andy Warhol carried his beloved dog everywhere, even to Studio 54, Jamie Wyeth said: “Just like Andy, he didn’t say a word.”
Inside a former prison in Amsterdam, now a haven for asylum seekers, migrants tell their stories and stir up their ghosts.