Kabir Jhala

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

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Sotheby's to sell $70m of art stored at MoMA to benefit New York museum's digital initiatives

Francis Bacon triptych and Renoir still life among works from the collection of CBS founder William S. Paley that have been "under the museum's stewardship" since his death

Cameras illicitly planted in Palestinian olive grove will broadcast life from the occupied West Bank to museums worldwide

The initiative from new activist group headed by Jewish South African artist Adam Broomberg and Palestinian activist Issa Amro aims to reveal the realities of the Palestinian struggle in the ancient city of Hebron

Korean legacy collector Jason Haam became a dealer 'to make money'—now he's 'in it for the art'

His eponymous Seoul gallery has opened Urs Fischer's first solo show in South Korea

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Four things every dealer should know about the Korean art market before going to Frieze Seoul

From hidden taxes to auction house competition, here are some of the unique facets of South Korea's art scene

Six museum exhibitions to see in Seoul during Frieze

From Do Ho Suh's child-friendly clay wonderland to Korakrit Arunanondchai's films on grief and love

Joseph Hotung's vast collection heads to auction, including Degas's wedding gift portrait to Eugène Manet and Berthe Morisot

Sotheby's will offer Chinese antiquities and Impressionist portraits amassed by the scion of one of Hong Kong's richest families

War-ravaged Ukrainian mosaics digitally recreated in London show

Exhibition builds on a project to document Ukraine's monumental and contested public art created during Soviet era

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How Copenhagen's Chart fair helped transform Scandinavia's conservative contemporary art scene

As the fair celebrates a decade, its director discusses how its future lies in remaining regional and activating the Danish capital

Stolen Picasso painting 'worth millions of dollars' found during drug raid, Iraqi authorities claim

Work was in the possession of three suspects who have been arrested for involvement in the trade of narcotics

'A logistical nightmare': how deteriorating India-Pakistan relations affect the South Asian art trade

From smuggled paintings to cancelled visas, the heads of the subcontinent's fairs, biennials and galleries weigh in on the ramifications of the contested border

India and Pakistan turn 75: exhibitions on independence and partition to see around the world

From Kolkata to Chicago, here are 11 shows that deal with the many histories of nationhood and freedom in the subcontinent

Gandhi's handwritten notes to Lord Mountbatten on the eve of India's partition go on show

Group exhibition at John Hansard Gallery in Southampton is curated by the Mumbai artist Jitish Kallat and includes works by Kader Attia and Zarina

Delhi's delayed Partition Museum set to open this winter

It will be India's second institution dedicated to the mass displacement of 1947

‘Three-metre phallus’: Antony Gormley sculpture with ‘ambiguous anatomy’ falls foul of university students

Imperial College Union has released a motion to prevent the work's installation saying it could be considered "exclusionary"

Leading Indian gallery Experimenter expands from Kolkata to Mumbai

It will move into a building currently occupied by Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke in the country's largest city and financial capital

A replica of a replica: Sturtevant's version of Claes Oldenburg's The Store to be restaged in London

Thaddaeus Ropac gallery will recreate a 1967 work by the American artist Sturtevant, which near-copied Oldenburg's 1961 installation as a comment on authorship and originality

Frieze announces galleries for London fair in October and doubles down on city's 'global reach' post-Brexit

Amid rising interest rates and continued supply chain havoc, the UK's premier contemporary art fair resolves to celebrate the capital's position as an "international centre"

Documenta's director steps down over antisemitism scandal

Sabine Schormann's decision to resign as head of the Kassel exhibition was supported by a number of leading German politicians

Perrotin and Pace galleries announce Seoul expansions—while other Western dealers test Korean waters via group show

With the inaugural Frieze Seoul opening in September, more international gallerists are staking a claim in the city's rapidly expanding scene

Art Basel announces galleries for its inaugural Paris fair—we look at how it compares with last year’s Fiac list

Paris+ par Art Basel will include 156 galleries, 60 of which have a space in the French capital

Black Napoleon and smooching sailors: Amy Sherald tells us about her first European solo show opening in London

The exhibition at Hauser & Wirth will coincide with Frieze London and present new works subverting the Western art historical canon

Summer of Seoul: why the South Korean capital is a new art world hub

Plus, the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize winner: a basket made with horsehair

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A basket woven from horsehair wins the 2022 Loewe Foundation Craft Prize in Seoul

The world's most lucrative craft prize was awarded to Korean weaver Dahye Jeong, who was selected by a jury including ceramicist Magdalene Odundo

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Frieze reveals the 118 galleries taking part in its inaugural Seoul fair

The global fair brand will bring an international flavour to the Korean capital when it debuts this September, but exact terms of its partnership with the Kiaf fair remain unclear

Documenta will now come under greater government control in light of fresh antisemitism accusations, Germany's culture minister says

Jewish groups call for the exhibition director's dismissal following removal of controversial banner work by Indonesian collective Taring Padi

Documenta 15: why is the show so scandalous?

Plus, the Warhol-Prince copyright dispute, and Juan Muñoz at Spain’s Centro Botin

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Documenta drama: the six most controversial (and confusing) things we saw at the Kassel exhibition

The opening of the quinquennial, curated by Indonesian collective ruangrupa, featured overworked employees and a BDSM party with a provocative entry policy