In pictures: focus on Caribbean artists
María Elena Ortiz, curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, picks her favourite works at Art Basel in Miami Beach
Art Basel serves up a croc of gold with its reptile-themed art
Mind your step: in true Floridian style, a number of works at this year’s fair take crocodiles or alligators as their subjects
Art Basel in Miami Beach: big sales, little politics
Art history meets Lego in two of Ai Weiwei’s latest works
Chinese artist recreates two famous historic paintings using the hundreds of thousands of Lego bricks
Which heritage sites have been damaged or destroyed in Gaza?
Is the US museum sector in crisis?
Three months on, art organisations continue to rally for Morocco’s earthquake victims
The Moroccan cultural sector has been hard at work to help the communities hit hardest by the disaster and trying to remind people that "this is still going on"
What did the New York auctions reveal about the state of the art market?
Director of Restore Trust, campaign group putting pressure on National Trust, steps down from role
Zewditu Gebreyohanes said she had made the decision six months ago, and that it was not connected to members rejecting the group's councillors and resolutions at the weekend's general meeting
What’s behind the row engulfing the UK’s National Trust?
Can AI unlock the ancient Herculaneum scrolls?
Kyiv Biennial 2023: a cross-European event put together ‘against all odds’
Paris+: is the French capital still on the rise as a cultural hub?
Manchester's £242m Aviva Studios officially opens with Matrix-inspired extravaganza
The performance, a collaboration between the director Danny Boyle, the artist Es Devlin and others, marked the culmination of a process during which costs have spiralled
Frieze turns 20: what's next for the popular art fair?
Natural causes: artists address climate crisis in inventive ways
With world temperatures hitting record highs this summer, a plethora of exhibitions in London and beyond explore our relationship to the planet
Step inside the green and complicated world of Frank Walter at London's Garden Museum
Immersive elements of the show re-create the personal paradise of one of Antigua’s most influential and enigmatic cultural figures
‘I’m looking for abstract voices, with a new take on the world’: Liesl Fichardt on her collection and top tips for visiting Frieze
The international lawyer, who is a member of the Contemporary Art Society’s Frieze acquisitions committee, on her love of blue paintings—and Pimlico pastries
The biggest museum shows to see around London during Frieze week
Kwer'ata Re'esu: the astonishing story of Ethiopia's most treasured icon
Marina Abramović: the artist on her ‘best ever show’
What happens when Unesco becomes the enemy?
Is Saudi Arabia the next big cultural powerhouse?
Artist Graham Crowley wins prestigious John Moores Painting Prize
Meanwhile Eloise Hawser, a sculptor and mixed media artist, has been awarded the annual David and Yuko Juda Art Foundation grant
Wide disparity in museum access among UK school pupils, new research reveals
The Art Fund also reveals a drop in teachers taking students to institutions since the pandemic
The Week in Art | Special 250th episode: what’s next for the visual arts?
We ask leading art world figures about their hopes and concerns, and discuss what the future has in store for museums, the art market and artists with our long-term contributors Cristina Ruiz, Georgina Adam and Louisa Buck
They Want it All: Freddie Mercury collection smashes expectations at Sotheby’s
Objects ranging from Japanese art to a plush red crown and cape drove bidders into a frenzy on New Bond Street
The Week in Art: The British Museum in crisis—an in-depth look
Swedish photography hub Fotografiska opens long-awaited New York exhibition space
The franchise’s ambitious global expansion will continue in 2020 with launch of London gallery