Royal Academy of Arts

A New Era: Charles Saumarez Smith on the Revitalised Royal Academy

The £56 million redevelopment, designed by British architect David Chipperfield, will join up the Royal Academy’s main site, which until now has been split between two mansions – Burlington House and ...

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The Shed, as seen from the High Line
The Shed

Civilising Society? Alex Poots Talks About Opening The Shed

Alex Poots is Artistic Director and CEO of The Shed, New York's most exciting new cultural centre. Here, he talks with the Museum Network about creating the $455m arts centre on Manhattan’s west side ...

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First Look: The Met's Heavenly Bodies Exhibition

The first Monday of May marks the arrival of the long-awaited Met Gala and the opening of this year’s thematic exhibition, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination at The Metropolitan Mus...

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Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: May 2018

Tim Marlow’s Must-See Museum Shows: May 2018

In our guide to this month’s museum shows, Tim Marlow previews the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s much-awaited Costume Institute exhibition, the thought-provoking work of conceptual artist Giuseppe Peno...

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Chaim Soutine, Hair with Forks, c.1924, oil on canvas. Privat collection.

The Intensity of Chaim Soutine

Currently on view from, May 4, 2018 through September 16, 2018, at the Jewish Museum is "Chaim Soutine: Flesh," celebrating modernist, Chaim Soutine. Soutine is known for his gestural and densely popu...

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The Future of Museums Panel, Hong Kong

Museum Directors Discuss the Future of Museums

On 29 March in Hong Kong, Art Agency, Partners staged a live conversation on “The Future of The Museum” with Michael Govan (CEO and Director of LACMA,), Doreen Chong (Deputy Director and Chief Curator...

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Yuz Museum

Making it Rain with Random International

Following their massively popular debut with Rain Room in 2015, Random International has returned to China, and to Shanghai’s Yuz Museum, with a full solo exhibition of video and interactive installat...

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Mori Art Museum

The Spirit of Japanese Architecture

The resounding success of last year’s exhibitions The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945 at the Barbican in London and Japan-ness: Architecture and Urban Planning in Japan since 1945 at ...

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