Institutions are hiring goats to eat brush, beefing up fire suppression systems, and in some cases are prepared to evacuate their art.
The world’s most famous fictional archaeologist's legacy feels as dusty as his antiquities.
Long may Saga reign.
Leon Schlossberg and his daughter Sondra are putting everything into their dream of opening a Ty museum.
The Guggenheim couldn't lend the White House a Van Gogh, but it was more than willing to hand over Maurizio Cattelan's "America."
Real or not, da Vinci's 'Salvator Mundi' is believed to be the most expensive painting ever sold.
Curators are paying attention to audiences at large.
Harvard's famed collection of Glass Flowers counts over 4,000 models—and one conservator is making sure their timeless beauty endures for another century to come.
Turns out we take a lot of terrible things for granted.
The institution hosted a record breaking 7 million guests this fiscal year.
Architect Jenny Sabin installs a magical photo-reactive structure for the museum's 2017 Warm Up series.
London's Postal Museum opens to the public July 28th.