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02nd June 2016

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden has announced it has appointed the Washington-based businessman and art collector Daniel H. Sallick as the new chairman of its board of trustees. Mr Sallick takes over from Minneapolis native Peggy Burnet, who is leaving her role as chairwoman, but will read more ...

01st June 2016

The Fine Art Society is to celebrate 140 years of British art with a major new exhibition that aims to capture the establishment's tastes and exhibition history both past and present. Taking place over all five floors of the gallery, the event is part of a carefully planned programme of exhibitions read more ...

27th May 2016

A version of Edouard Manet's once controversial painting 'Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe' or 'Naked Lunch' is set to make its way to the city of Hull next year. The painting, which depicts a relaxed and confidently naked woman sitting among some well-dressed men, was deemed by 19th-century France to be so read more ...

24th May 2016

There are few areas that have not been impacted by Google, although the link between the internet search giant and fine art may not, at first glance, appear immediately obvious. However, art has been a central part of the company's efforts to dominate the digital world. Google's Cultural Institute read more ...

19th May 2016

The Parthenon marbles have been at the centre of what can only be described as a fierce tug of war between Greece - the land of its origin - and the UK. The antiquities, which are deemed to be among some of the finest examples of their kind in the world, have been in possession of the UK for nearly read more ...

06th May 2016

​The work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner has certainly been in the spotlight recently, with New York's Museum of Modern Art deciding to give his 1917-18 canvas “Sand Hills in Grünau” to the heirs of its original Jewish owner. But its stay has not lasted long, with those heirs now deciding to donate the read more ...

28th April 2016

There was once a time when England was unrivalled in its ability to produce the finest embroidery works in the world. Once coveted by royalty and the Vatican alike, English embroidery has since become something of a lost art. However, a new exhibition at London's Victoria and Albert (V&A) read more ...

28th April 2016

Getting an insight into a little culture is one of the real joys of travelling, and yet many people can often find themselves struggling to gather up the courage to dip their toe into what their new temporary surroundings have to offer. But at the Alfond Inn in Winter Park, Orlando, they are hoping read more ...

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