Lost Magritte underneath another painting

This past February, conservator Alice Tavares da Silva took René Magritte’s La Condition humaine (1935) out of its frame for a routine inspection. She expected just that: routine. The painting, Read more

This Week’s TOP FIVE Museums News

1. A portrait of Tsar Nicholas II was discovered during the restoration of a full-size painting of the 1917 October Revolution leader Vladimir Lenin. READ MORE   2. An original Read more

VR exhibition at ICA

A VR exhibition curated by ICA Student Forum will be launched this Wednesday 7 December from 18-21:00pm. The evening offers a discussion around VR technology for young artists and the Read more

Cat-themed illustration exhibition in Porto

An original exhibition featuring cat-themed artworks from a range of well-known international comics creators and illustrators, will be held at Porto’s Boémia Caffe starting this November 2016 and running until January Read more

Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion at The Met

The Met Costume Institute’s Masterworks: Unpacking Fashion exhibition will feature significant acquisitions of the past 10 years and explore how the department has honed its collecting strategy to amass masterworks of Read more

Dr. Seuss Museum to open in June

Things are really picking up speed for the opening of the world’s first museum honoring Theodor Seuss Geisel. The Springfield Museums are planning to open a museum that honors the life Read more

Punks at the Museum of London

Punks (1 October 2016 – 15 January 2017) tells the story of one of music’s most explosive genres from the people who were there. From the handmade mixtape sleeves and DIY Read more

A wonderlab inside the Science Museum

According to Dezeen, Architecture studio Muf has created a new interactive gallery at London’s Science Museum, featuring playground slides, a quilted theatre and a huge model of the solar system. Read more