Also in the news, an Iranian director smuggled his banned film out of the country and plans to show it for the first time in 26 years.
Watch conservators restore a vandalized Rothko, submerge a Dickens manuscript in water, and preserve Lonesome George—the iconic Galapagos tortoise—for generations to come.
Microscopic views of textiles and threads help conservators string together clues about an object’s making.
Designer Danit Peleg wants to make sure wearing 3D printed clothes isn’t just for celebrities
Agile hands mend seven centuries’ worth of fashion history at the Costume Institute’s conservation lab.
Digital projections onto Rothko's color fields and an ancient Egyptian temple open windows into the past—what is gained, and what is lost?
Data obtained under the Freedom of Information Act poses questions about the way the city's Metropolitan Police investigates its own abuses of power.
Our FOI request shows that the chances of getting a London police officer sacked for an alleged assault are more or less zero.
Academy-Award winning director Spike Jonze and actor Jonah Hill teamed up with their friends at downtown label Opening Ceremony for a hilarious take on the madness of New York Fashion Week.
The Met won't confirm or deny whether they're behind the fake phone masts grabbing information from Londoners' phones, meaning we have no idea whether the tech is being used responsibly.