The popularity of the V&A’s new exhibition and the resilience of bag sales, proves our love of It bags is here to stay
In a world first, Rotterdam’s Boijmans museum has put its entire collection on display in a mammoth new warehouse. As the V&A considers a similar experiment, is this ‘open storage’ model the future?
Cultural powerhouse’s reopening marks shift in New York’s pandemic recovery efforts as other museums to welcome visitors
The visionary architect behind some of the world’s favourite landmarks – and some of its most expensive housing – is hanging up his pencil. Our critic assesses his impact
Our art critic longs to see paintings in person once more, and looks to a future where exhibitions may run longer and borrow less from abroad
In a series of short films, Jonathan Jones takes a therapeutic virtual tour of some of the greatest treasures in our locked-down museums, from Rothko’s cosmic grandeur to Turner’s eternally hopeful sunrise