[07/02/2014] From the Horse’s Mouth: Seventy years of worthless “science”
[04/02/2014] The Futurist Louvre and Leonardo’s Fate: nothing ventured, nothing lost
[20/01/2014] The Fate of Sculptures.
[06/01/2014] New Year Report ~ Assaults on History.
[12/12/2013] The Twilight of a God: Virtual Reality in the Vatican.
[25/11/2013] Bubbles burst.
[11/11/2013] A Poor Day of Remembrance for Burrell
[30/1/2013] Art and Photography
[14/10/2013] Barnes, Burrell and a Beck Memorial Lecture
[24/09/2013] Betraying Burrell – Shame on Glasgow
[6-8/09/2013] Protecting the Burrell Collection
[26/08/2013] Destroying archives
[30/07/2013] Review: Farewell, then, Fine Old Sindie Arts Coverage
[11/07/2013] Review: Who Cleaned the Queen’s Windows?
[01/07/2013] Review: Ways of Showing – or not
[21/06/2013] Review: The Unobservant Eye – Mr. Collier’s Letter Racks
[27/05/2013] The Sistine Chapel Restorations, Part III: Cutting Michelangelo Down to Size
[28/03/2013] The Sistine Chapel Restorations, Part II – CODA: Responses to Evidence of Injuries
[04/03/2013] The Sistine Chapel Restorations, Part II: Taking a Michelangelo Sibyl Apart
[21/01/2013] Sistine Chapel Restorations, Part I: Setting the Scene, Packing Them In
[10/01/2013] ArtWatch Stock-taking and the Sistine Chapel Conservation Debacle
[17/12/2012] “Pick Up A Pencil” – A Photograph is a Copy not a Creation
[12/11/2012] Frankenweenie – A Black and White Michelangelo for Our Times
[04/10/2012] The Battle of Borja: Cecilia Giménez… and Great Women Conservators
[30/08/2012] The “World’s worst restoration” and the Death of Authenticity
[02/08/2012] Reviews: Taking Renoir, Sterling and Francine Clark to the Cleaners
[18/07/2012] L.O.L. It’s Peeping Tom Time at the National Gallery!
[11/07/2012] Review: Stone-washed Renoirs and the Shock of the Undone
[12/06/2012] The Louvre’s “Virgin and St Anne” versus the National Gallery’s “Virgin of the Rocks”
[01/06/2012] Review: Renoir at the Frick – Photographic Blindspots
[15/05/2012] Review: Deadly Docents, Dirty Varnish and a Big Educational Push at the Frick
[28/04/2012] Rocking the Louvre: the Bergeon Langle Leonardo Restoration Disclosures
[08/04/2012] Another Restored Leonardo, Another Sponsored Celebration…
[23/03/2012] Black is a colour
[14/03/2012] The Perpetual Restoration of Leonardo’s Last Supper, Part 2: “a different Leonardo”
[28/02/2012] Shedding archival records at the Tate and the Victoria and Albert Museum
[08/02/2012] The Perpetual Restoration of Leonardo’s ‘Last Supper’ – Part 1
[26/01/2012] What Price a Smile: The Louvre Leonardo Mouths that are Now at Risk
[04/01/2012] The Louvre Leonardo Restoration Committee Resignations
[02/01/2012] Cosmetically Altered Leonardo at the National Gallery
[19/12/2011] The Prado’s New Fundacion Iberdrola Sponsored Velazquezs
[24/11/2011] The National Gallery’s £1.5bn Leonardo Restoration
[29/10/2011] Is St Paul’s Cathedral fit for purpose?
[12/10/2011] Applying recreated authenticity to historic buildings
[05/10/2011] Sir’s not always right
[22/09/2011] A conservation appeal too far: Sophie Dahl’s public relations disaster
[08/09/2011] The Controversial Treatments of the Wallace Collection Watteaus
[17/08/2011] From Annigoni to Banksy: Crimes against Art and Architecture
[11/08/2011] Dicing with Art and Earning Approval
[25/07/2011] Lucian Freud’s blast against picture restorers and an artist’s appreciation
[20/07/2011] Attacked Poussins at the National Gallery
[17/07/2011] Leonardo, Poussin and Turner: Developments in London and Krakow
[11/07/2011] Questions and Grey Answers on the Tate’s stolen Turners
[05/07/2011] Technical Problems of Health and Safety at St Paul’s Cathedral
[01/06/2011] A Modernist Makeover at St Paul’s Cathedral
[20/04/2011] John Singer Sargent and ‘filthy’ conservation studio losses
[13/04/2011] Vandalism, ethics and the case of Rodin’s Dutch ‘Thinker’
[06/04/2011] Thomas Eakins: A suitable case for treatment?
[01/04/2011] Misreading Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel ceiling
[26/03/2011] David Hockney, an art historian and misreading visual evidence
[17/03/2011] Why art conservation is not always a good thing
[09/03/2011] The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s fear of disclosures on picture cleaning
[25/02/2011] Secrecy and Unaccountability at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.
[19/02/2011] Silence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.
[08/02/2011] The European Commission’s way of moving art around
[02/02/2011] The European Commission runs risks in lending works of art
[27/01/2011] The National Gallery’s vindication of Sir Ernst Gombrich
[23/01/2011] In Memoriam: Thomas Molnar (1921-2010)
[20/01/2011] Shifting contours in Met Museum photographs
[16/01/2011] Museum world acceptance of virtual reality
[10/01/2011] The National Gallery’s online photographic reproductions
[08/01/2011] The Kecks’ Restoration of Renoir’s ‘The Luncheon of the Boating Party’
[29/12/2010] ArtWatch’s response to a double attack
[28/12/2010] Undoing and re-doing a Veronese masterpiece at the Louvre Museum
[21/12/2010] Romanian Heritage: the Struggle to Protect the “Protected”
[18/12/2010] Waste Much, Want Not: the feather-bedded public-sector avant gardists
[13/12/2010] An Appeal from Poland
[12/12/2010] The New Relativisms and the Death of “Authenticity”