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The curse of Mies van der Rohe: Berlin’s six-year, £120m fight to fix his dysfunctional, puddle-strewn gallery

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Never has so much praise been lavished on so dysfunctional a building. The last major project of modernist master Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Berlin’s Neue Nationalgalerie is a perfectly square temple of steel and glass...

Manchester University puts Palestinian solidarity statement back in gallery

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The University of Manchester has reversed a decision to remove a statement of solidarity with Palestine’s “liberation struggle” from an exhibition of works by a human rights investigations agency. Alistair Hudson, il...

Artists pull work from Whitworth gallery after Palestine statement removal

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A Turner prize-nominated investigative group has said it is pulling an exhibition of its work at the Whitworth gallery in Manchester after a statement of solidarity with Palestine was removed from the display. Part of...

National Gallery to buy Thomas Lawrence’s ‘Red Boy’ for £9.3m

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To some it is the epitome of ghastly chocolate-box sentimentality, described by Wordsworth as “a wretched histrionic thing”. To others it is a dazzling tour de force, praised by one critic as showing “the sparkling in...

Artists call for ‘white-run’ UK Chinese gallery to be defunded in racism row

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Artists recruited to transform one of the UK’s leading Chinese arts centres have called for support to be withdrawn from the organisation, claiming it has an “entrenched acceptance of racist attitudes”. Seven artists ...

Ex-BBC director general Lord Hall resigns as National Gallery chair

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The former BBC director general Lord Hall has resigned as chairman of the National Gallery saying continuing in the role “would be a distraction to an institution I care deeply about”. More details soon…

‘It’s hard to look at’: Donald Trump makes National Portrait Gallery debut

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A picture is worth a thousand tweets. Donald Trump gained immortality of sorts on Friday when he made his debut at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington. But he also ran into some “good trouble”. Canny curators...

Paradise found: London gallery showcases art inspired by Islamic garden design

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As in many paradise gardens, particularly those inspired by Islamic culture, a fountain lies at the heart of the quadrilateral garden created inside the Aga Khan Centre gallery in King’s Cross, Londra. This fountain d...

Art under attack as top New York gallery urged to cut ties to rich donors

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One of America’s most prestigious museums, New York’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), faces calls to turn its back on private philanthropy amid a fresh debate about how the art world is funded. On Friday a protest walkin...

Joy of finally seeing art up close in post-lockdown London gallery hop

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Lucy Sparrow thinks she spoke 15 words a day in the depths of lockdown. As she dispenses artworks to an eager public from the mad felt chemist’s shop she has created, she says she is making up for it big time. “It is ...

‘It’s the gallery staff I worry about’: Damien Hirst’s Gagosian takeover – review

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Damien Hirst has begun a year-long “takeover” of the echoing concrete-floored spaces of Gagosian Britannia Street. There’s even a readymade hashtag #HirstTakeover, like a cry for attention. I can’t see how a year-long...

National Gallery urged to lead the way with statue to honour slaves

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The National Gallery is being called on to become the first UK public institution to build a “counter-monument” to the slave trade. Last Thursday the London gallery announced the six shortlisted design teams that will...

National Gallery creates its first show designed for mobile phones

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The National Gallery is to offer its first exhibition designed for mobile phones, allowing people to experience in incredible detail a 16th-century Dutch masterpiece telling the story of the birth of Jesus. Jan Gossae...

Honey, they shrunk the art … top artists create works for tiny gallery

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Creative giants from Hirst to Hambling have produced masterpieces a few centimetres across for a scaled-down showLife has been reduced in scale for most people over the past 12 mesi, but now an extraordinary line-up...

National Gallery seals Southampton special relationship with Monet loan

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The National Gallery has agreed one of its largest ever loans of work to a UK regional gallery, in order to celebrate a little-known century-old special relationship. The gallery is lending nine works, including a Mon...