To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. HEADLINES BACK TO DRAWING BOARD. The Arts Council England is backtracking, and has announced it will revise its recently updated, controversial guidelines for funding arts institutions, which had warned against making “overtly political or activist” statements. Their announcement comes following backlash toContinue Reading

Two climate activists affixed images of environmental destruction to the glass panel protecting Botticelli’s fifteenth century masterpiece The Birth of Venus at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence. The activists were from the group Last Generation, a national student-led alliance that selected its name because they consider themselves to be theContinue Reading

To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. The headlines STONE AGE WONDER. Researchers may have found Europe’s oldest known “megastructure” built by humans: a well-preserved, over 10,000-year-old wall submerged off Germany’s Baltic coast. The nearly one-kilometer-long Stone Age wall, named the “Blinkerwall,” sits on the bottom of the BayContinue Reading

Material, one of Mexico City’s most closely watched art fairs, has returned for its 10th anniversary edition this year, opening to VIPs on Thursday morning. With booths spread across two floors of the Expo Reforma convention center in Colonia Juárez, the offerings here are strong. There’s great art to behold,Continue Reading