What’s the point of refusing Sackler funds for concert halls?

Eric Gill was an awful man — but that doesn’t make his art any less brilliant

Harold Rosenberg’s mixed legacy counterbalanced both Communism and formalism

From cryptocurrency to pandemic plagued exhibitions, it’s been an eventful year in art

We, too, are exiled from Florence

Science needn’t be difficult and dull, but we must inspire people with its wonders

Alasdair Palmer visits an exhibition at the Fondazione Marco Besso, Rome

The Tate’s exhibition shows Caribbean-British art from the Windrush to the present day

The Wallace Collection’s Frans Hals exhibition shows the artist at his best

The National Gallery has surpassed itself, with a little help from its friends