Art plays key role in Chicago mayor's re-election hopes

As Expo Chicago opens, Rahm Emanuel's record on culture comes under scrutiny

Published online: 18 September 2014

A piece of Ferguson protests come to Chicago

Glenn Kaino has been collecting stones from conflict zone over the past two years for a work to be shown at Kavi Gupta Gallery

Published online: 18 September 2014

Too hot to handle

As the People’s Climate March launches this weekend, scientists team with artists to urge museums to drop sponsors who deny man-made climate change

Published online: 18 September 2014

To catch an art forger

The documentary “Art and Craft” pits the troubled character who copied art to donate to museums, and the obsessed registrar who tracked him down

Published online: 18 September 2014

US groups urge fast broadband for all as online plans threaten access to art

Proposed “two-tier” internet could leave artists with inadequate technology, while wealthy content providers get super-fast connections

Published online: 16 September 2014

Prada Marfa saved

The installation by Elmgreen & Dragset has been turned into a single-work museum

Published online: 16 September 2014

Fourth time’s a charm

The architect Kulapat Yantrasast’s three previous gallery projects have closed shop, but he looks to have better luck with a new space for the LA dealer David Kordansky

Published online: 16 September 2014

The pen is mightier than the… hammer?

Forthcoming Christie’s sale to benefit anti-censorship group

Published online: 15 September 2014

Georgia O’Keeffe Museum to sell three paintings to fund future acquisitions

Work that hung in the White House estimated to bring in at least $10m

Published online: 12 September 2014

Room for reflection

The New York State Museum in Albany recreates families’ memorials to 9/11 victims

Published online: 11 September 2014

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