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Long walk to nowhere: auction of items owned by Nelson Mandela cancelled due to brewing dispute in South Africa

Proceeds from the sale were meant to fund a memorial garden and museum around the freedom fighter’s burial site

Banksy mural 'gifted' to East Anglia town has been sold to private buyer after being removed by the owners

The mural was one of ten works peppered across English seaside towns and could have been street artist's way of raising the area’s profile

London Art Fair is the latest to postpone 2022 edition due to Omicron surge

The fair is the most recent casualty of the new Covid-19 variant, moving its opening back by three months

Sotheby’s faces class-action lawsuit alleging mistreatment and misclassification of workers

Lawyers for the auction house are trying to dismiss the complaint, which they call 'devoid of factual allegations,' but they could be facing a classic Catch-22.

In latest feud over Robert Indiana’s legacy, Morgan Art Foundation claims publisher hid thousands of artworks and lied under oath

The foundation claims publisher Michael McKenzie “made a mockery of the discovery process” and “repeatedly thumbed his nose” at the court

Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend

From Francesca Woodman at Marian Goodman to Carrie Mae Weems at the Park Avenue Armory

Sotheby’s sales for 2021 surpass $7.3bn, the highest total in company history

The firm’s sales were bolstered by a sharp increase in online bidders, who accounted for 92% of all bids this year

The Armory Show’s 2022 edition will have a distinct focus on Latin American art

For the first time in its four-decade history, the fair’s curatorial programming will be led by experts in Latinx and Latin American art

Andy Warhol Foundation petitions US Supreme Court to review ruling over Prince portrait

A lawyer for the foundation says a review by the Supreme Court of a lower court’s decision would “reaffirm the importance of free artistic expression”

Frieze Los Angeles reveals details of its 2022 edition

With 100 galleries and a new public art programme, the fair is moving ahead in a new location despite the Omicron variant’s creeping influence over the art fair stratosphere

Meryl Streep, Zadie Smith and others sign letter demanding Cuban government stop persecuting artists

The letter, signed by more than 300 well-known figures in the arts, adds pressure to calls for the Cuban government to let artists live and work freely

NFT project sells for $91.8m, debatably achieving the highest price ever for a work by a living artist

Sales of the new project by Pak point to increasing gamification in the NFT market, though the superlative total sum comes with a number of caveats

‘The pandemic isn’t going anywhere, but the world keeps spinning’: galleries make hay while they can at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Timed entry meant a slower start but there is still an appetite for buying, despite the Omicron variant, at America's glitziest art fair

Wanna shop for art like an NBA star?

Bronx gallerist Set Free Richardson is helping the stars of the basketball court tell a KAWS from a Kehinde Wiley

Jorge Pardo: ‘I don’t draw by hand anymore’

The Cuban American artist on the advanced technology he uses to create his drawings and objects

Collector’s Eye: Cricket Taplin

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Handmade tales: collage, textile and assemblage pieces abound at Art Basel in Miami Beach

NFTs may be the newest thing but physical objects still hold a warm place in the art world's heart

George Clinton: a journey from funk protagonist to art practitioner

As in his music, feeling and community are fundamental to the Parliament-Funkadelic frontman’s paintings

Collector’s Eye: Amy and John Phelan

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Our pick of exhibitions to see during Art Basel in Miami Beach

From an overdue retrospective devoted to the Jewish painter Maryan to little-known installations by Betye Saar

Sotheby's triple-header New York auction night notches up $234.2m with artist records for Lisa Brice, Maria Berrio and seven others

The auction house also accepted cryptocurrency on two works by Banksy and sold a rare copy of the US Constitution for $41m

Pace to launch a custom-built NFT platform

Pace Verso launches on 22 November with digital artworks from Lucas Samaras’s 'XYZ' series.

Frida Kahlo breaks record for a Latin American artist in Sotheby's $238m Modern art sale

While the auction's star lots included the $34.9m Kahlo and four Monets, the most aggressive bidding was on works by Alexander Calder and Pierre Soulages

Salon Art + Design returns to New York for its tenth edition

The design fair will likely see a more comfortable, contemporary style that reflects the amount of time buyers have been at home since the rise of Covid-19

'Paris's glowing milieu spills onto every corner': Virginia show theatrically tells the story of Man Ray's fruitful time in the City of Lights

Exhibition pays as much attention to the personalities that sat for Man Ray’s portraits as it does his photographic innovations

Petition calls on Christie’s to return sacred Taino artefacts to Indigenous lands

Some artefacts in Christie’s Pre-Columbian Art & Taino Masterworks sale on 10 November in Paris are estimated to sell for up to £250,000

Art Basel in Miami Beach to host first 'interactive' NFT exhibition in new collaboration with blockchain Tezos

Show will be accompanied by a talks programme at the Florida fair next month, while visitors will be able to create an AI “generative self-portrait" which they can mint as a takeaway NFT