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London's Natural History Museum has five million visitors through the door each year but twice that through smart social media.
Cultural entrepreneurship is the new future and you can meet those leading the field at this global summit to be held in Sydney.
With the retirement of Ron Radford from the NGA, one of the top visual arts jobs in the country is open. Who are the likely candidates to shape our National Gallery?
A class-action lawsuit has been launched against New York’s Metropolitan Museum for its ‘deceptive’ admission policy.
Thieves have stolen 30 small artifacts from Lebanon’s Jbeil archaeology museum.
Tibetan writer Tsering Woeser is one of ten recipients of the U.S. Secretary of State’s 2013 International Women of Courage award.
Rio de Janeiro’s newest art museum recently opened to the public with four new exhibitions.
A team of restorers at Barcelona’s Picasso Museum have discovered an old drawing by the Master hidden behind one of his oldest works.
Hong Kong’s Maritime Museum is set to re-open in Victoria Harbour later this month.
Construction of the new branch of the Louvre museum and the Guggenheim museum draw negative responses from artists, curators and writers as the human rights fight pushes on.
Romanian police have arrested three men suspected of stealing seven masterpieces from a Rotterdam art museum last year.
Chinese artist Zhang Bingjian is making a statement with his latest project: a Hall of Fame – or Shame – containing portraits of Chinese officials convicted for corruption.
A clumsy visitor caused $300K damage to a Joan Miró painting that was on loan to the Tate Modern in 2011.
Saadiyat Island has just received the go-ahead to begin work on the Louvre Abu Dhabi in a major step towards the UAE capital’s desire to transform itself into a major cultural tourism destination.
For the first time, Dubai joins Maritime Week, presenting an exhibition that pays homage to the influence of the maritime environment on art.
Tel Aviv’s leading art museum and many others in the region removed works from display during the recent Israel-Palestine conflict.
An artwork named Sex-a-size which features a wooden penis-like segment affixed to an exercise machine has been removed from a New Zealand museum exhibit after four days on display. This isn’t the first time the artist's taste attracts controversy.
Works by Dali, Miro and Warhol on sale after Japanese collector Masaru Miyata has announced he will be closing the N43 Degrees Museum.
Louvre Abu Dhabi continues to grow its impressive collection ahead of its planned opening in 2015. The museum will hold another exhibition in April next year, inviting the public to experience the latest acquisitions and become familiar with the museum.
THE FOUNDLING MUSEUM: The Foundling Museum, London, celebrates the opening of a new and highly emotive exhibition entitled Threads of Feeling. The exhibition will showcase fabrics never shown before to illustrate the moment of parting as mothers left their babies at the original Foundling Hospital, which continues today as the children’s charity Coram.
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