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From anti-Putin Pussy power to Chance the Rapper's new track: the latest gossip from Art Basel

Plus, a super exclusive club, Tezos takes on 1970s tech and the door to Switzerland swings wide open

Texas man, mad at his girlfriend, breaks into Dallas Museum of Art and wrecks works

The man destroyed three ancient Greek vessels, a Caddo sculpture and several other objects

Fine art and flat packs: online exhibition superimposes works into Ikea catalogue

“The project is also an oddball study in showing and viewing art online,” Brussels-based gallery Office Baroque says

Frieze New York Diary: cyborgian bacchanalia, a sentient self-driving car and a Gagosian vending machine

Plus: Fotografiska New York celebrates the opening of a group exhibition on Black femininity

Banning Bourgeois? Instagram censors photos of artist's 'sexual' fabric works

According to reports, visitors to The Woven Child exhibtion at London’s Hayward Gallery have had their posts mysteriously deleted

From NFT pets to a dystopian video game, digital art stands out at Nada New York 2022

The New Art Dealers Alliance's fair returns to New York with a massive line-up of 120 exhibitors taking over Pier 36

Can collectors use their power for good? We asked five experts from different parts of the art world

Watch our London Gallery Weekend talk featuring Jane and Louise Wilson, David Roberts, Deborah Smith and Niru Ratnam. Sponsored by Crozier

New art sea shipping service promises 80% emissions reduction compared with air freight

Collaboration between art logistics company Crozier and Christie's will send shipping containers between London, New York and Hong Kong

Venice Biennale 2022: what to do when you get there

Whether it’s your first time or your 50th, Venice is a bewildering city, but one of inexhaustible delights. We asked artists, curators and art world professionals how to get the most out of your visit

Venice Biennale 2022: where to eat and drink

You can’t look at art all day. We asked artists, curators and other artworld insiders for recommendations of the best places to refuel or unwind

Elon Musk to fly high-profile Swiss curator to Mars for ‘first exhibition in space’

The show is planned for 2035 and is part of a SpaceX project to colonise the red planet


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Whitney Museum staff protest against stalled contract negotiations at biennial’s VIP opening

Guests arriving at Tuesday’s reception were handed leaflets explaining the current state of negotiations between the newly formed union and museum administration

'An attack on Ukraine is an attack on humanity and has to be stopped': Artist Marina Abramovic sends message of solidarity to Ukraine as Russia invades

In a video decrying the Russia assault, the Serbian performance artist describes the Ukrainian people as "proud, strong and dignified"

Frieze Los Angeles Diary: Group chat spotlight, stitching history and Gehry goes down the rabbit hole

Plus, Tanya Aguiñiga brings community action to the fair and Refik Anadol does a virtual deep dive

Kendall Jenner may have inspired basketball star boyfriend to purchase James Turrell light installation

During a recent tour of his Arizona mansion, the NBA player Devin Booker showed off a Turrell work not dissimilar to one in Jenner's home