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Anita Halpin among beneficiaries of Neue Galerie restitution

The New York museum paid the Hess family “fair market value” to keep Nude in its collection

Marian Goodman to open second Paris space with work by Annette Messager

The gallery expands its presence in the French capital with a new outpost on the same street

Artist-activist calls for boycott of St Louis show due to ‘institutional racism’

Damon Davis says Kelley Walker failed to answer concerns about his Black Star Press series on view at the city’s Contemporary Art Museum

Interview: David Adjaye and Theaster Gates on working in Washington, DC

The London-based architect and the Chicago-based artist spoke with us ahead of their joint talk at the Hirshhorn Museum

Atlanta’s High Museum streamlines admission to $14.50 for everyone

But the price change means children under 17 who are not students will pay slightly more than before


Untitled’s gone surfing: Miami Beach satellite fair hits the waves with artist collaborations

Expect to see participatory work by Rirkrit Tiravanija and Tomas Vu, Pussy Riot-themed surfboards and jungle photography

Art Basel Cities to launch cultural programming in Buenos Aires

The fair organisation will consult on multi-year initiative in the Argentine capital with the aim of attracting the creative class

This summer’s hottest lawsuits

During an unusually hectic few months, law firms have been kept busy representing multiple clients

Tamir Rice shooting: park gazebo could come to Chicago

The recently opened Stony Island Arts Bank is negotiating with the Tamir Rice Foundation to display the infamous structure

Auction house results confirm global art market downturn

Overall sales volume is down, but Sotheby’s sees profits rise and welcomes a new Chinese investor

Chicago judge rules Peter Doig ‘absolutely did not paint’ disputed work

The ruling brings the value of the painting at the centre of the long-running case back to nil


Jeff Koons’s Gazing Ball sculpture at centre of legal tussle between art dealers

In new court filings, Fabrizio Moretti reveals the work he says David Zwirner has failed to deliver—and is now seeking $6m in damages

New York’s El Museo del Barrio loses another director

Jorge Daniel Veneciano, who organised the museum’s popular Op Art show, leaves at the end of the month

Gazebo where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot coming to Chicago

Theaster Gates’s Stony Island Arts Bank reportedly to display the structure

Jens Hoffmann clarifies: ‘I am not leaving the Jewish Museum’

But he is giving up administrative duties to focus more time on exhibitions and writing, at the museum and beyond

Sotheby’s sales down 31% this year amid overall auction market slowdown

Auction house’s chief executive Tad Smith did not sugar-coat the news to investors during Monday morning’s second quarter earnings call