Cristina Ruiz

Three African artists will take centre stage at new Zeitz MoCAA

Major contemporary art museum will open in Cape Town in September with three exhibitions

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New M+ director brings Asia-Pacific vision to West Kowloon flagship

Rooted in Hong Kong, Suhanya Raffel is reaching out to MoMA and the Tate

The anti-white cube: entirely black gallery expands in Hong Kong

Stephen Cheng says another space in Silicon Valley may follow

The best of Amsterdam Art Weekend

Dustin Yellin's environmental apocalypse and Jordan Wolfson's creepy puppets among highlights of Dutch capital's annual art initiative

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Why a collection of British photography is probably going abroad

Lack of support from UK institutions could mean that James and Claire Hyman donate vast collection elsewhere

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In praise of the lesser- known photographer

For the collector and dealer Michael Hoppen, big names can get in the way of the image as compelling evidence

Bidding war for Bowie's angst-ridden Auerbach in record-breaking sale

Musician collected unfashionable works by British artists as well as Basquiat and Tintoretto

Is the curator who resigned in St Louis heading to Miami Beach?

Jeffrey Uslip, who organised a controversial Kelley Walker show, has been hired by the Bass Museum but may not take up the post

Madame Tussauds gives Yayoi Kusama the ultimate wax accolade

Waxworks museum in Hong Kong sets “queen of polka dots” in “infinite space”

Home is where the art is: the rise of living room galleries

From council estates to grand Georgian houses, galleries are opening in people’s houses across London

Brexit bargain hunting?

Why a weaker pound is unlikely to give buyers a Frieze bonus

Why museum leaders are organising shows for private collectors

With government funding harder to come by, museums must stay in the good graces of ultra-rich patrons

Vandalism of Dirty Corner sculpture at Versailles an ‘inside job’, claims Kapoor

Controversial sculpture was repeatedly defaced last year with anti-Semitic graffiti

Kamel Mennour is latest European dealer to open space in London, defying Brexit fears

New gallery in Mayfair will open in October with show of works by Latifa Echakhch

New arts district to boost Johannesburg’s cultural credentials

As South Africa’s market gains momentum, investor mixes galleries, restaurants and destination shopping in his Keyes Art Mile development

Gustavo Aceves to install monumental horse sculptures in front of Rome's Colosseum

Travelling exhibition Lapidarium will also be on view at capital city's Trajan’s Market

Furious response to V&A ban on sketching in some exhibitions

A necessary restriction or a betrayal of everything the museum stands for?

Letter among Panama papers reveals Sotheby’s awareness of Modigliani’s true owners

Oscar Stettiner estate lawyers redouble efforts for return of painting as Nazi loot

OFAs (old French artists) are the new YBAs

François Morellet and Pierre Soulages are among the pioneering Modernist masters gaining wider recognition around the world—not least because of attractive pricing

Panama papers shed light on the art owners prefer to hide offshore

Paintings, properties and the backstory to a record-breaking auction—the revelations so far

Who gets what when artists and galleries split up?

When artists such as Yayoi Kusama and Marc Quinn sever ties with their galleries, it raises questions about assets, shows and production costs

Palmyra arch destroyed by Isil rises over Trafalgar Square

Replica is going up in London today, then New York and Dubai

Panama Papers expose art world's offshore secrets

Leaked documents reveal owners of "looted" Modigliani, how a UK billionaire guaranteed a milestone auction and links to the Chinese elite

Panama Papers: Dmitry Rybolovlev used offshore company to hide art from wife, leaked documents reveal

Russian billionaire transferred ownership of paintings by Picasso, Van Gogh and Monet to firm based in British Virgin Islands

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Qatar would like to be one of the world’s leading arts destinations—but can that ever be achieved without freedom of expression?

Cristina Ruiz attended the Art for Tomorrow conference and found a resounding silence from the Qatari and Western art world alike on this crucial issue

A heritage site far, far away: Star Wars film puts Irish island monastery in the spotlight

Local businesses want to extend access to island Skellig Michael to accommodate eager fans, but preservationists fear that crowds will threaten the medieval ruins and sea bird colonies

A heritage site far, far away: Star Wars film puts Irish island monastery in the spotlight

Local businesses want to extend access to island Skellig Michael to accommodate eager fans, but preservationists fear that crowds will threaten the medieval ruins and sea bird colonies

What do we really know about Islamic State’s role in illicit antiquities trade?

Experts at London symposium warn against misinformation and lack of evidence

Bruce Munro’s light installation to illuminate Ayers Rock

British artist wants to recapture joyful moment of camping near the Australian landmark with his fiancée