Michelle Kuo, who stepped down at Artforum amid accusations of sexual harassment against a publisher, Knight Landesman, will be a curator of painting and sculpture.
Researchers in The Hague will use technology borrowed from medicine to find the answers to lingering questions about Vermeer’s 1665 masterpiece.
“The Chorus Singers,” worth nearly $1 million, was taken from a museum in Marseille. Customs officials found the artwork in the bus’s luggage compartment.
Our guide to new art shows, and some that will be closing soon.
Ella Fontanals-Cisneros, who has one of the largest private troves of the art, will donate some works to the Tabacalera arts complex in Madrid.
A thriving art scene is nurturing philanthropy in Los Angeles, and young artists are moving in or staying put instead of heading to New York.
The French doll, with a necklace of gems containing tiny photographs, brought $333,500 at auction in January. It will be in the collection of the Barry Art Museum.
Michael Rohana was attending an event at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia when he entered a closed exhibition room and vandalized the 2,000-year-old statue, the authorities say.
The chef Deuki Hong and two partners won the job of revamping the menu at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco by breaking the rules.
Our guide to new art shows — and some that will be closing soon.
A former secretary for a museum in Linz, Austria, detailed the location of the work in her will. She died in December, and the drawing has been returned to the city.
La Cité du Vin, in the city of Bordeaux, explains the region’s wine culture while also putting it the context of the global wine industry.
An odd little museum exhibition in London traces the curious, double-edged life of scissors.
The report suggests that Laura Raicovich, who resigned on Jan. 26, was asked to step down over her handling of an Israeli government event last fall.
Michelangelo bumps Alexander McQueen off the top 10, but doesn’t come close to attendance figures for King Tut or the “Mona Lisa.”
Look inside a vast collection of cards, from as early as the 1680s, featuring pop-ups, cutouts and Civil War soldiers.
Brothers of Italy says the Egyptian Museum in Turin is “discriminating against Italians” by offering a two-for-one discount for Arabic speakers.
For years, the discipline was considered irrelevant. So why is it making a comeback now?
The agreement to sell the treasured Rockwell, which could save the financially troubled museum, requires court approval.