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Fire breaks out at Bozar in Brussels resulting in damage to main music hall

On January 18th, a fire broke out at the Brussels Center for Fine Arts, often referred to as Bozar. While

Years in the making, US Congress approves new museums honouring Latinos and women

With the approval of the US Senate, a National Museum of the American Latino and a national museum of women’s

London’s best 2020 art exhibitions

Sure, we’re living through nightmarish times and next year doesn’t look to be entirely different, but in London, museum’s managed

Statue of Robert E Lee quietly removed from DC, may be replaced with sculpture of civil rights activist

A statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee has been removed from Washington DC following a summer that saw tensions

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Paris green-lights major £225m Champs-Élysées revamp

Last year, we looked forward to Christo’s temporary transformation of the Arc de Triomphe (an installation now scheduled for October

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Pop-up vaccine pavilions by Stefano Boeri will help Italy fight the pandemic

Public squares in Italy play a critical role in Italian culture and day-to-day life, but they may soon play a

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Congress overrides Trump with legislation that will tighten guidelines on the antiquities market

Just before US Congress concluded on January 3rd, both the Senate and House of Representatives voted to override President Trump’s veto of the annual defence spending bill, the first such override during Trump’s time in office. Within the bill were

Auld Lang Syne- should 2020 be forgot and never brought to mind?

With the year-who-must-not-be-named in the rearview window of our calendars, there are a lot of folks who would love to simply leave last year in the dust. While there is still much to contend with and the New Year’s Eve

2020 in review: 12 (mostly) COVID-free moments from the year as we welcome in 2021

2020 was a year no one is soon to forget, although many of us would prefer to never think of it again. Of course, the world continued on as it tends to do. So, as we head into the new

Years in the making, US Congress approves new museums honouring Latinos and women

With the approval of the US Senate, a National Museum of the American Latino and a national museum of women’s history have gotten the green light to proceed in Washington, DC. Both of the museums have been in the works

London’s best 2020 art exhibitions

Sure, we’re living through nightmarish times and next year doesn’t look to be entirely different, but in London, museum’s managed to put on some incredible exhibitions throughout the year, proving that art helps us in the darkest times. Here are

2020 in clicks: 10 of Art Critique’s most-viewed articles from the year

As the clock ticks down on 2020, it seems appropriate to look back at the year in clicks. In other words, we’re taking a look at the articles that Art Critique readers were most interested in over the year. From

Harkening back 1,000 years, the Colosseum is getting a new floor

It’s difficult to imagine Rome’s Colosseum in its prime when reading about the extraordinary forms of entertainment that went on within its walls. Even if you’ve had the opportunity to tour the historic ruins, envisioning what it was like with

Sotheby’s buffeted by the public health crisis—and various legal challenges

Sotheby’s is making rapid inroads into the digital sphere and has continuously one-upped rival Christie’s throughout 2020. The famous auction house, however, is facing significant risks concerning a potential credit rating downgrade, as well as the various scandals and legal

Statue of Robert E Lee quietly removed from DC, may be replaced with sculpture of civil rights activist

A statue of Confederate General Robert E Lee has been removed from Washington DC following a summer that saw tensions over police brutality reach a breaking point. The monument is one of many around the world that have received renewed