Art Basel 2021 news
Geneva museum director fights attempt to oust him
Around 100 scholars have signed a petition to the city’s mayor arguing that Marc-Olivier Wahler is not the right person to run the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire
Design Miami is expanding to Qatar
The design fair has launched a new partnership in Doha
Art Basel 2021: it’s good to be back—but things are going to change, dealers say
Despite the success of the fair's first post-pandemic edition, galleries are weighing up the future
'The Europeans are back and buying': sales flow steadily at first Art Basel since the pandemic
Though Covid-19 travel complications have kept many US and Asian collectors away, dealers report brisk business from the VIP opening
Guggenheim director Richard Armstrong sets new opening date for long-delayed Abu Dhabi museum
New deputy director Naomi Beckwith says "we can re-centre where the stories of art are told"
Young, monied and keen to gamble on art: the super power of Asian collectors
Asian buyers are now the biggest spenders at international auctions and these digitally-native collectors are happy to splurge online
Basel's Beyeler Foundation scores coup for Goya show
Exhibition dedicated to the Spanish artist opens next month with a display of 75 paintings including a prized painting from Madrid’s Prado museum
Galerie Nagel Draxler presents ‘Crypto Kiosk’ of NFTs at Art Basel booth
The satellite fair Photo Basel is also offering digital photographic NFTs for sale
Is Art Basel eyeing up a new fair location?
Art Basel has lent expertise to Art Week Tokyo, but does this indicate further involvement?