Max Mara founder’s art to go on show in posthumous exhibition
A former clothes factory in Italy will house 200 works
Major contemporary art collection unveiled in remote town south of Turin
Interview with Francesco Bonambi: The post-war Biennale and national vs. individual identity
Long live the united nations of the arts?
The brains behind the Biennale: Interview with Harald Szeemann
The Biennale director who launched the “Aperto” section for young artists is now replacing it with “d’Apertutto” as the theme of Biennale ‘99
Castello di Rivoli to host its second exhibition of American art this year
“Sunshine and noir” explores the dramatic contrasts of Los Angeles as seen through the art produced there over the past forty years
Dealers at Art Basel play it safe in response to art market uncertainty
Return to the classics as galleries keep their eyes on selling
TransFormed: Ernst Beyeler holds exhibition that disintegrates boundary between painting and sculpture
Beyeler, doyen of Basel dealers, has taken over the Kunstmuseum and the Kunsthalle to accommodate this event
Interview with curator Denys Zacharopoulos on Documenta IX: It’s a Documenta of certainties
“The museum is like a voodoo fetish, the artist a sorcerer but also a prisoner”
Jean Tinguely dies
Jean Tinguely was born in Fribourg in 1925 and died of a stroke 30 August.
Alain Delon collection auction: Delon sells a Modigliani “to buy a super Modigliani”
Japanese buyers come away with large proportion of lots
Collector profile: Heinz Berggruen reflects on his collection as his masterpieces go on loan to the National Gallery
“Not all art dealers make good collectors, and it’s no use them trying to be something they are not”.