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Auckland Castle’s £17m revamp approved

Planning permission includes museum and visitor centre

Published online: 09 April 2015

Jake’s lost staffie

Published online: 08 April 2015

Artists’ studios to open in News International’s former home

Revamped site in east London will open in June

Published online: 08 April 2015

British Museum’s Neil MacGregor will retire on a high

“Extraordinary contribution” praised as director sets sights on Mumbai and Berlin

Published online: 08 April 2015

Klassnick puts his gong on wheels

Published online: 07 April 2015

The Buck stopped here—this week’s must see shows

Published online: 01 April 2015

Leading art libraries pull together to make research available on the web

Joint project to place 31.5 million images on a single website would “revolutionise” art history, says Frick Collection’s Inge Reist

Published online: 01 April 2015

Emin’s bitter-sweet memories of unmade bed

David Cameron has artist’s vote in the bag

Published online: 31 March 2015

Dealer Oliver Hoare is back—and this time it’s personal

Exhibition catalogue gives “different version” of Sheikh Saud’s story

Published online: 31 March 2015

Conservationists blast plan to turn Edinburgh’s Old Royal High School into art hotel

Project lambasted as putting “Mickey Mouse ears” on Scottish Revival jewel

Published online: 31 March 2015 http://old.theartnewspaper.com/country/United-Kingdom

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President of Condé Nast International appointed chairman of V&A

Nicholas Coleridge will take up his position in November

Published online: 27 March 2015

Tate reconsiders returning Constable seascape

Advisory panel’s recommendation to restitute the painting is likely to be reviewed

Published online: 27 March 2015

The Buck stopped here: CAS Gala

Published online: 27 March 2015

Bodies like ours, but with completely different minds

The British Museum surveys ancient Greek sculptures of the human form

Published online: 26 March 2015

Trial date set after 14 charged for museum thefts

One of the accused pleads guilty to thefts of Chinese artefacts and rhinoceros horn from museums and an auction house in 2012

Published online: 25 March 2015

British Museum unveils long-lost bronze sculpture in ancient Greek art show

Archaeologists believed the copy of spear-bearer had been destroyed in the Second World War

Published online: 25 March 2015

Lisson Gallery keeps it in the family

Published online: 24 March 2015

After decades of being traded around the world, portrait by El Greco returned to heirs

Work owned by Viennese industrialist who fled to Mexico to escape Nazis is finally recovered

Published online: 24 March 2015

Taking a walk with Richard Long

Published online: 20 March 2015

The Buck stopped here: this week’s must-see shows

Published online: 18 March 2015

Leading lawyers stitch for liberty

The Buck Stopped Here

Published online: 18 March 2015

Spanish and Italian Old Master scholar to take over National Gallery London

UK prime minister approves Gabriele Finaldi to replace Nicholas Penny

Published online: 18 March 2015

Visitors to UK’s cultural attractions on the rise

And political parties should pay more attention to tourism, association says

Published online: 16 March 2015

Girl power in Kensington

Published online: 13 March 2015

Election countdown: UK parties set out their cultural stalls

Labour’s leader promises committee of movers and shakers, Conservatives are tight-lipped and London might be the biggest loser

Published online: 12 March 2015

Vote for Bob and Rob!

Published online: 11 March 2015

A romantic, peaceful Middle East lives again with the Thea Porter fashion show

“Thea Porter, 70s Bohemian Chic”, Fashion and Textile Museum in London, until 3 May

Published online: 11 March 2015

UK arts funding in ‘severe’ crisis, museum director says

Two institutional leaders speak out about the government’s cultural cutbacks ahead of general election

Published online: 10 March 2015

An embarrassment of riches: UK museums struggle with archaeological archives

Specialists debate what to do with growing collections of excavated materials at the “Dig It!” conference in London

Published online: 06 March 2015

Elephant—and horse—in the room at Haacke’s party

Published online: 06 March 2015

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