Art

Unfinished quarters of a Bavarian palace create a striking backdrop for contemporary art

Imaginatively curated, the fourth edition of the Königsklasse exhibition is as monumental as the Herrenchiemsee Palace in which it is installed

Collectinginterview

Five minutes with… Lorraine Kiang Malingue on the Asian art market

Dealer tells us about the challenges of running a space in Shanghai’s West Bund and how the gallery keeps up with the growing competition

Paintinginterview

Liu Xiaodong: an interview with China’s great documentary painter

The artist on portraying ordinary people and travelling the world with a “local spirit”

Collectinginterview

Collector's Eye: an interview with William Zhao

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

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Van Ham to auction 4,000 contemporary works from SØR Rusche collection

Dutch Old Masters in the retailer’s corporate collection are to be sold at Sotheby’s

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Art Basel 2017

Our daily papers from Art Basel, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair

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Frieze New York 2017

Our daily papers from Frieze New York, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair

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Frieze London 2016

Our daily papers from Frieze London, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair

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Washington, DC

All roads lead to the US capital this autumn

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Art Basel 2016

Our daily papers from Art Basel, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair

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Tate Modern and the London art scene

Behind the Tate’s £260m extension: the people, the art, the architecture and the city that made it happen

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Twice the size and seven storeys high: the new San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is ready for lift-off

Galleries filled with blue-chip gifts plus highlights of the Fisher Collection will greet visitors when museum reopens <br>

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Frieze New York 2016

Our daily papers from Frieze New York, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair

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Turner and The Fighting Temeraire chosen for new £20 note

Bank of England's choice delights the Tate, National Gallery and Margate's Turner Contemporary<br>

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Antony Gormley backs campaign to create affordable studios across London

Artist helps launch Studiomakers with appeal to property developers and politicians

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Israel Museum’s longstanding and well-connected director to step aside

In new role US-born James Snyder will continue to foster Jerusalem institution’s global relationships<br>

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Bridget Riley’s art helps put spin into Louisiana’s Op art show

Survey of eye- and mind-boggling works opens in Danish museum

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Destination Bangladesh: art world decamps to third Dhaka Art Summit

Four-day event is billed as “the world’s largest non-commercial platform&nbsp;for South Asian art”

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Historic agreement puts V&A in pole position for photography

Move draws criticism as Bradford's National Media Museum transfers 400,000 photographic items to London

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Art in shopping malls: it’s all product after all

Art has long been hitched to luxury goods, but it is now becoming a more democratic—or commercial—concept as malls begin to incorporate exhibition space

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Wildenstein can’t be forced to recognise disputed Monet

French court will not intervene over work that was championed by BBC’s Fake or Fortune

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Sotheby’s pays top dollar for the art world’s best address book

Auction house buys art advisers in surprise $85m deal

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Why is the art market like a carousel?

Academic Olav Velthuis says growing a scene is “hard and tedious; but once it gets going it gets easier”

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After stint in the doldrums, India Art Fair shows signs of picking up

Event has been repositioned as “the” place to see South Asian art

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Ai Weiwei cancels two shows in Denmark in protest over new asylum seeker law

Danish parliament has approved plans to allow police to seize cash and valuables from refugees entering the country

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Art world heads back to school as Frieze Academy launches

Lectures and courses are designed to further careers of arts professionals

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Painting by Rembrandt’s favourite pupil given UK export bar

Government hopes a public collection can match £5.2m asking price for Ferdinand Bol’s Portrait of a Boy

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Top Sydney gallerist launches blistering attack on the art world

Evan Hughes, son of founder Ray, is closing the Hughes Gallery and running for office

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Lebanese authorities backtrack over high-profile curator's passport renewal

Christine Tohmé says her application was suspended because of ties to culture sector

Egyptnews

How art is keeping alive the memory of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution

Five years after the uprisings in Cairo, the spirit of the protests lives on in cultural projects

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Elmgreen & Dragset create a fictional art fair in Beijing

The Well Fair sees artist duo create a “reversed power relationship”

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Leila Alaoui, a talent cut short by terrorists in Burkina Faso

33-year-old's works were on show at Maison européenne de la Photographie shortly before she was killed

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Bristol museum sheds light on assisted dying

Installation accompanies death objects exhibition

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Palestinian Museum to open in May

Inaugural show will focus on the objects that individual Palestinians would never part with

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Gurlitt task force wraps up with ‘meager’ results

162 works suspected to be Nazi loot, but just five have been identified as definite plunder

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National Trust to restore fire-devastated Clandon Park

Original owners say shell should be demolished after 95% of the English Palladian mansion’s interior was destroyed

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Spencer Finch climbs mountain to bring blue skies to cancer hospital

Work is one of eight artist commissions for $276m Cleveland clinic

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Artcurial charity auction cancelled after work showing Palestinian activist is pulled

French press partners pull out of sale “in the name of freedom of expression” following lobbying from Israeli embassy

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London’s emerging galleries host exhibitors from abroad

Condo event offers international colleagues an alternative to expensive art fairs

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Tate Modern names Frances Morris as new director

Chris Dercon to depart after opening of new extension

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Lego changes policy after Ai Weiwei backlash

Chinese artist describes U-turn as “victory for freedom of speech”

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British construction boss to open new gallery in Ghana

Marwan Zakhem hopes to create a buzz around the burgeoning scene in the West African country with Gallery 1957