Corinna Lotz has written about the Palestinian art exhibition that was on at P21 Gallery, for Real Democracy Movement.

Tabish Khan has previewed March’s top exhibitions for Londonist and written several entries for the Londonist Urban Palette newsletter – both free and paid for content. He has written several entries for his top 5 and reviewed the John Ruskin prize for FAD magazine. Plus he has reviewed the Beyond Form abstract exhibition at Turner Contemporary and Yoko One at Tate Modern for Stir World.

Sue Hubbard has reviewed the Frank Auerbach: Charcoal Heads exhibition at The Courtauld for Artlyst, plus she has written an essay for the Paul Harbutt exhibition in Antwerp.

Sticking with Artlyst, Nico Kos Earle has reviewed both the Barbara Kruger exhibition at Serpentine and Frans Hals at The Rijksmuseum.

Estelle Lovatt spoke about the Yoko One exhibition at Tate Modern, which was picked up by Euronews. The full clip for AP may be found on YouTube.

Maev Kennedy has reported on a Roman funerary bed found in Central London, for The Art Newspaper.

Also for The Art Newspaper, Martin Bailey has reported on Ethiopia’s request for the restitution of a looted shield and The British Museum’s leaky roof as it awaits re-development.

Oliver Wainwright has written about the great gouged facade of Southwark, the architects who built their own house in Peckham, and the story of ‘ad hoc baroque’ maestro Marcel Raemakers. He has also reviewed the new London College of Fashion building, previewed the V&A’s Tropical Modernism exhibition and written a piece on the ‘100 Women: Architects in Practice’ book. All for The Guardian.

Clare Finn hosted and ran the talk ‘Art, Authorship, and AI: For good or ill? with Dr Nicholas Eastaugh.

Lead image is Samira by Rania Matar who was in the P21 gallery exhibition.