Kabir Jhala

Kabir Jhala is the Acting Deputy Art Market Editor, UK at The Art Newspaper

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Ukrainian Modernist masterpieces transported from Kyiv under missile fire find refuge in Madrid exhibition

Survey show at Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza will open with an address by President Zelensky and a symposium calling for a European cultural deal with Ukraine

Sophia Kishkovsky. With additional reporting by Kabir Jhala
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More artists leave König gallery amid 'sexual misconduct' allegations against its founder Johann König

Monica Bonvicini's departure from the gallery's roster is one of many in recent months

A timeline of the $450m Salvator Mundi: centuries of deals, disputes and drama

The Art Newspaper charts the existence of the world's most expensive work of art, from 1478 to today

Back to normal? Not quite yet—Art Basel Hong Kong reveals pared down 2023 exhibitor list and new director

Next edition will be first since the special administered region lifted mandatory quarantine—but some Covid-19 measures remain in place

Institutional critique artist Andrea Fraser joins Marian Goodman gallery—her first US commercial representation in more than a decade

For more than 30 years Fraser has used performances to draw attention to power structures within cultural organisations

New York to get major photography fair in September 2023 at Javits Centre

Photofairs New York is the sister event of Photofairs Shanghai, East Asia's largest commercial photography event

Frances Morris to leave Tate Modern in April after seven years as director

London museum's first female chief, who was pivotal in diversifying the collection and programme, departs to pursue curatorial projects related to climate change and Modernism

NFTnews

Painter Loie Hollowell, who is launching an NFT series to support abortion funds, discusses politics, motherhood and her market

The Contractions series, based on the artist's experience giving birth to her daughter, will be sold on the blockchain to help those affected by the overturning of Roe v. Wade

Marc Spiegler steps down as Art Basel chief after 15 years—and is replaced by a familiar face

Noah Horowitz, formerly director Americas of the art fair brand, returns as chief executive following a brief stint at Sotheby's

Eco activist attempts to glue his head to Vermeer's Girl with a Pearl Earring

Dutch police have arrested three people at the Mauritshuis in The Hague

Perrotin is about to open its first Middle East space in a Dubai tax-free zone

The gallery will focus on secondary market deals with occasional contemporary art programming

Artists take to Instagram to criticise Gilbert & George’s claims that museums are now ‘woke’ and only focus on Black and women artists

Candice Breitz, Chika Okeke-Agulu, Ghada Amer and Athi-Patra Ruga all spoke out against the duo on social media

Titiannews

A painting marketed as 'by Titian'—but also attributed to his workshop—will be offered at Sotheby's in December for £8m

The work, which could become the second-most expensive by the painter at auction, failed to sell in 1998

Dutch foundation plans to open major new contemporary art museum in Amsterdam—with a familiar face as director

The Hartwig Art Foundation's institutional space will be run by Beatrix Ruf, the former director of the Stedelijk Museum

Art marketpreview

Paris Internationale fair once positioned itself as a cooler alternative to Fiac—will Art Basel's presence change that?

The fair's eighth edition will take place in the photography studio that hosted the first exhibition of Impressionist art in 1874

Major galleries sign Venice Biennale’s women artists—at last

Commercial representation is growing for leading women who launched and sustained careers before the art market cared

Anny Shaw. With additional reporting by Kabir Jhala

Spiralling production costs put pressure on art fairs

PAD London founder says all its suppliers have increased their fees by 20% to 50%

Regent’s Jurassic Park: dinosaurs go on sale at Frieze Masters, but it is a highly complex—and laborious—market

David Aaron gallery’s £1m sale of a 154 million-year-old Camptosaurus skeleton highlights collectors’ growing interest in fossils

Weak pound boosts British artists’ sales during Frieze Week in London

A confluence of factors has given the UK art market a lift—but will it last?

The price of performance art: galleries face challenges in protecting their artists' legacies

As the discipline's artists age and die, and the art world they occupy professionalises and expands, the question of their legacy grows

Collectorsinterview

Collector Aarti Lohia on her mission to digitise South Asian art archives

The head of the SP Lohia Foundation has begun a major new partnership with the National Gallery, London

Battle of the Francis Bacons: two multi-million-dollar paintings face off at Frieze Masters

Marlborough is offering work by the artist for $30m, while Skarstedt has earlier painting available for $15m

After a single show, Superblue has quietly closed its London space

The experiential art venture is now "looking for an appropriate venue" to continue its programme

Mumbainews

Mumbai to get major new venue for art and performance—funded by one of India's richest families

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre will include exhibition halls and a 2,000-seat theatre

Immersive Anne Imhof exhibition—planned for Moscow and cancelled due to war in Ukraine—opens in Amsterdam

The celebrated German artist has created an installation at the Stedelijk Museum that marks a step away from the elaborate performance works for which she is best known

Shezad Dawood’s psychedelic spaceship unveiled at London's St Pancras Station

Public work HMS Alice Liddell—named after the women’s rights campaigner—envisions the capital as a site of "speculative fiction"

Controversial $1.8bn redevelopment of Delhi’s parliament complex enters second phase

A number of the Indian capital's major cultural institutions, including the National Museum, will be rehoused

Exhibitionsinterview

'Germany has cancelled us': As embattled Documenta 15 closes, its curators ruangrupa reflect on the exhibition—and what they would have done differently

This edition of the Kassel quinquennial was engulfed by a row over antisemitism and racism that has drawn comment from Germany's senior politicians

Ethereum, the NFT market's blockchain of choice, cuts its CO2 output by 99%

The long-awaited shift looks set to make the world of NFTs considerably less harmful to the environment