Long Island home and sculpture park of Ernst Neizvestny—who designed Khrushchev's tombstone—at centre of legal row
A dispute between Neizvestny’s wife and daughter threatens the late Russian artist’s estate and monumental works
'Poor but sexy' no more: property boom drives out Berlin's artists
The German capital once attracted talent from across the world with its cheap rents, but gentrification is making an exodus already seen in London and New York
Sotheby’s in deal to sell estate of hip-hop pioneer and graffiti artist Rammellzee
Auction house is enlisting dealers and curators to promote the legacy of the polymath who is believed to have cursed his collection
Will Robert Indiana’s legacy get stuck in a legal battle?
The artist wanted his home to become a museum but his 2016 will is being challenged