Jeff Koons's double exposure in Paris

Will the artist install balloon sculptures in the Louvre when Centre Pompidou hosts his retrospective?

Published online: 22 July 2014

French association of antiques dealers sacks its president

Christian Deydier says a rift among members prompted his dismissal

Published online: 07 July 2014

Lawsuit brought by Peggy Guggenheim’s grandchildren dismissed

A Paris tribunal rejected the case on Wednesday, seeking to revoke the collector’s donation of her art and Venice home to a New York foundation

Published online: 02 July 2014

Arresting show in former Avignon prison

Lambert Collection installs works in disused gaol while its home is closed for expansion

Published online: 01 July 2014

Magdalene reaches ecstatic heights at auction

A record for the artist Artemisia Gentileschi was made when a rediscovered painting sold for $1.18m in Paris last night

Published online: 27 June 2014

Grand Palais to bridge the Gap

Modern and contemporary works from the Fisher collection to be shown in Paris next year

Published online: 19 June 2014

When cinema lost the plot

The late French theorist Alain Robbe-Grillet rejected conventional style in his soon-to-be-released films

Published online: 19 June 2014

Fair selection row flares up in Paris

Parisian dealer Eric Dupont is unhappy about being left out again

Published online: 17 June 2014

Armenian museum fights for its Paris home

Director goes to court to regain access to the collection, after locks were changed on shared building

Published online: 10 June 2014

Louvre’s Poussin sees the light of day

A painting downgraded to the work of a follower a century ago is reattributed to the 17th-century master—just in time for an anniversary exhibition next year

Published online: 06 June 2014

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