British Museum

The ambition of the British Museum’s Germany: Memories of a Nation ultimately exceeds its reach

“It is perhaps best to see the British and the Germans as an odd couple with a tendency to lurch from throwing dishes to mutual admiration.”

Three shows run the gamut of artistic expression, from the glorious Goya to risibile performance art

Sterling Clark’s collection of French art, on show at the Royal Academy, is as appetising as it is unfamiliar

The British Museum is displaying some of the greatest draughtsmen of the Renaissance