Nathalie Eggs

Time’s up for Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum’s loan agreement with Carmen Cervera

More than 400 works from the baroness’s collection may be removed from the Madrid museum, but the Spanish culture minister hopes to reach a deal this week

‘Operation Pandora’: police in Spain and Cyprus lead major bust of antiquities traffickers

The effort, which involved 18 countries, resulted in 75 arrests and the seizure of around 3,500 objects

Forgery scandal surrounding Lee Ufan’s work grows in Korea with three arrests

The artist himself has denied that the works investigated by police are fakes

Chiara Parisi to step down after five years as arts director of Monnaie de Paris

She will be replaced by Camille Morineau, whose mission will be to present more French and female artists and expand the audience

Villa Flora collection finds new home at Kunstmuseum Bern

Around 100 works by artists like Van Gogh, Matisse, Manet, Cézanne, Renoir and Giacometti amassed by Hedy and Arthur Hahnloser-Bühler


Paris's Slick art fair slips away ahead of 11th edition, citing France’s economic situation

This is the third Fiac satellite event to be cancelled in recent months

Ninth-century mosque destroyed by airstrike in Yemen

Unesco’s director-general Irina Bokova has strongly condemned the attack

Malick Sidibé, photographer of Bamako's 1960s youth culture, dies aged 80

He was awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Biennale in 2007

People of Geneva say ‘non’ to museum extension designed by Jean Nouvel

The proposal for the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire is sent back to the drawing board after 54% vote against it<br>

Cabaret Voltaire, birthplace of Dada, could be yours for $13m

Zurich theatre where the movement was founded 100 years ago is facing an uncertain future

The Pinacothèque de Paris shuts its doors

With its parent company in receivership, the private museum closes, citing a drop in attendance