Head of Geneva, Luxembourg and Singapore freeports under investigation

Yves Bouvier and two associates are detained in Monaco in fraud enquiry

Published online: 26 February 2015

Art world connections begin to emerge from HSBC leaks

Worldwide investigation into Swiss bank accounts looks into wrongdoing and lax controls

Published online: 11 February 2015

Lost painting attributed to Leonardo seized from Swiss bank vault

The portrait of Isabella d’Este, which Italian police have been trying to track down for over a year, was about to be sold for €120m

Published online: 10 February 2015

Swiss sellers of $300m Gauguin remove 18 masterpieces from Basel museum

Rudolf Staechelin Family Trust is seeking another institution to house loan

Published online: 10 February 2015

Long-lost sculpture resurfaces in Gauguin show

Work reportedly sold for $300m is also included

Published online: 06 February 2015

Anselm Kiefer meets Cern's inspirational scientists, and gets to see its very Large Hadron Collider

Experts in deep time, biophysics and some of his favourite materials impress the artist

Published online: 01 January 2015

Swiss museum accepts Gurlitt's problematic bequest

Kunstmuseum Bern could face years of litigation from heirs claiming looted works

Published online: 24 November 2014

‘The Gurlitt collection should be sold to benefit Jewish organisations’

Alfred Weidinger, deputy director of the Belvedere in Vienna, is calling on the Kunstmuseum Bern to make the right choice

Published online: 20 November 2014

Online scam targets Art Basel galleries

Suspected fraudster used fair’s website to contact exhibitors

Published online: 17 September 2014

Kunsthalle Zurich names Daniel Baumann as director to replace Beatrix Ruf

The Swiss curator helped organise last year’s Carnegie International show in Pittsburgh

Published online: 03 September 2014

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