Lee Cheshire

Dutch government agrees to buy Rembrandt painting for €175m—despite connections to tax havens

The Standard Bearer has been purchased from the Rothschild family via a trust located in the Cook Islands

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1-54 cancels 2022 edition of Marrakech fair due to global surge of Omicron variant

The fair, which focuses on African contemporary art, will be replaced by a smaller event in Paris

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Museums plan for a busy year despite Covid-19 uncertainty

Will 2022 see a return to normal for exhibition schedules? Or will surging cases mean plans have to be torn up again? We asked museum directors and head curators how confident they are for the year ahead

Content warning: Jeremy Deller brings together 30 years of prints and posters

Simultaneous shows in Glasgow and Paris survey the British artist’s works, many of which started life in the streets

Too much too young? The double-edged sword of early success for artists

As British painters in their 20s and 30s are commanding huge sums for their work, how does the market frenzy affect their career in the longer term?

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Ibrahim El-Salahi on the importance of stories, trees and why he misses Sudan

The pioneer of African Modernism, whose work appears in this year’s Frieze sculpture park, explains how nature inspires him

Five wild works to see at Frieze London and Masters

From an octopus inspired by a penis to an angry bear beside a bum, here are some of the fearsome beasts on the fair floor

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Come inside: Frieze London moves beyond the park with new permanent space

No.9 Cork Street, which will provide opportunities for pop-up exhibitions, opens as the celebrated Mayfair gallery hub gains a new lease of life

Yinka Shonibare sculptures sold to fund fellowship for Black and POC curators at V&A East

It's time to "to grasp the nettle", says the museum's director Gus Casely-Hayford of the Frieze x Deutsche Bank Emerging Curators Fellowship