Art Basel 2017

Elmgreen & Dragset reveal details of the Istanbul Biennial

Artist duo commissioning 30 works for exhibition focusing on idea of home

Art Basel: things that go clang!

Motorised sculpture comes in many guises

Welcome to Basel (and Mulhouse)

Artists—some also refugees—respond to the migration crisis in shows in Swiss- and French-border cities

Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘It’s the great album tracks that didn’t become singles’

The artist reveals the ideas behind his solo show at the Fondation Beyeler—the Basel museum’s first photography exhibition

Fondation Beyeler builds on 20 years of success

Architect Peter Zumthor adds three new wings to expand museum founded by Basel gallerist

David Claerbout: the Nazi Olympics in ruins

Artists’s epic video at Basel’s Schaulager transports visitors 1,000 years into the future

In pictures: The Kiss, a crash and Bikini Atoll

Museum Tinguely director Roland Wetzler picks six highlights from Art Basel—and remembers Jean Tinguely's destructive legacy

Where does all the art go after a fair?

In an exclusive extract from her forthcoming book, Dark Side of the Boom, Georgina Adam discovers why most art is destined for a crate-filled, high-security storage facility

Why artists, even art fair-averse ones, are in Basel this week

Athens, Venice, ARoS, Kassel, Münster—and now in Art Basel

Wilhelm Sasnal returns to Basel with fond memories

Polish artist’s career took off in the Swiss city

Mood at Art Basel is upbeat as VIPs spend

Leading dealers report strong opening sales

Bricks and mortar galleries: Art Basel holds the line

The shift to temporary selling spaces is a hot topic at this year's fair

In pictures: the ideal home, at Design Miami/Basel

The fair has a domestic vibe this year, from Jean Prouvé's house for wartime refugees to Max Lamb's metal-sprayed polystyrene furniture

Interview: Wim Delvoye digests the Tinguely Museum

Belgian artist’s shit-making machines join Jean Tinguely’s kinetic works

Interview: the name’s Charrière, Julian Charrière

The Swiss artist who brings an up-close view of Chernobyl to Art Basel’s Unlimited is not afraid to leave his comfort zone

Bern museum to open Harald Szeemann archive during next year's Art Basel

Fascinating insights expected from his personal correspondence with famous artists

Kunstmuseum Basel presents Serra as you’ve never seen him

Early films and videos by the US artist known for his colossal sculptures are on show

Kasper König: in praise of an artists’ curator

The artistic director of Skulptur Projekte will be in conversation at Art Basel, celebrating five decades as a champion of public art

Power of pride: artists champion LGBT causes at Art Basel

Transgender empowerment among causes tackled at this year's fair

In pictures: Christmas comes early to Art Basel

Gianni Jetzer, the curator of Art Basel’s Unlimited sector, picks six highlights among the large-scale works

Doug Aitken’s pavilions are Maldives-bound

Visitors to Unlimited can get a sense of the artist's geometric, mirrored sculptures that shine a light on the ocean

S.M.A.K. in Ghent welcomes refugees

The elusive Swiss artist Christoph Büchel is part of the project

Pierre Huyghe creates sci-fi landscape in Münster

French artist’s four galleries chip in for spectacular project in ice rink that could cost more than €1m

Cézanne: the sketch artist exposed

The French artist’s lifelong experimentation with line drawing revealed at the Kunstmuseum Basel

What is the market for Documenta 14 artists?

The German quinquennial shuns the market, but Art Basel dealers are still capitalising on the visibility it brings

Beyond the Messeplatz: Art Basel satellite fairs

Our pick of the Basel fairs and where to find them