Four years ago, Portugal’s capital felt like a ‘city on its knees’. Now it is being touted as hip, cheap and innovative. But is the socialist government failing Lisbon’s poor in its rush to revitalise?
An exhibition of objects amassed by the Design Museum over 24 years shows it has yet to shake off a bad postwar hangover. Perhaps a trip to Milan is in order…
Is public art a luxury the poor cannot afford? The mayor of one London borough wants to sell off a wonderful sculpture by Henry Moore. Times are hard, but its loss would be a tragedy – and would set a dangerous precedent
Royal Academy, London