Will Art Basel Miami Beach's enlargement be to dealers' advantage?
A major redesign has increased the space substantially and produced a radically different layout
Collectors flock to budget fair, the fourth NADA
Prices start at $6 for a face towel
Collectors rushed to Zoo, the well regarded Frieze satellite fair, even before it opened
Visitors include Charles Saatchi and Anita Zabludowicz
Italian art at Tate Modern: Starting from zero
The Tate and the Walker Art Center collaborate to show Arte Povera 1962 to 1972, from five years before the movement was defined by its impresario, Germano Celant
What are museums doing to collect, store and show internet art?
Ossian Ward investigates European and US perspectives and the issues of conservation and ownership
Artists of the world united
Cities provide the context for many of the 20th century’s most important innovations, but are also environments in which literature, music, art and thought merge, split or collide with one another. Tate Modern’s first major exhibition since opening ambitiously comprises nine sections, 13 curators and 1,500 works spread over two floors. The display combines the scale and global scope of an international biennial with the historical perspective of art’s most varied century
Panamarenko on show at Jean Tinguely Museum, Basel
The exhibition will run from 17 May until 15 October
Exhibition of Visual Art (EV+A) in Limerick remains relevant and provocative
Pigs not caught in flagrante delicto and women wrestling with balloons are just some of the delights at this multi-venue biennale curated by Rosa Martínez
Cultura 1999 primed to replace TEFAF's Basel antiques fair in the market
Cultura must draw inspiration from its forerunner if it is to take advantage of collectors flocking to Basel
New direction for Spanish archaeology museum
New director, new direction.
Art Basel express plans to join forces with Art Miami next year
As its commercial advantages become apparent, Basel gets on the Art Miami bandwagon