Looting, arrests and violence: an artist's perspective on the Sudan crisis

The Marquis de Sade's legacy explored in Barcelona show and Gwen John's self portrait in a Parisian interior

Hosted by Ben Luke. Produced by David. Clack, Aimee Dawson and Julia Michalska
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Door still open to Hermitage Barcelona after city council calls for revised project

Ongoing negotiations for a new satellite of the Russian museum will focus on a collaboration with the Barcelona opera house

Works by pioneering queer artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres to be displayed around Barcelona

New exhibition, organised by MACBA, aims to situate Gonzalez-Torres in relation to postcolonial discourse between Spain and the Americas

Barcelona rejects plans for outpost of Russia’s State Hermitage Museum

Hermitage officials dismayed after city council refuses planning permission for new venue, citing multiple concerns

Cheap rents and larger spaces: Barcelona suburb tries to entice dealers out of the city

Some galleries are moving out to the industrial warehouse L’Hospitalet but others say it is too far out of the commercial centre

Three exhibitions to see during Barcelona Gallery Weekend

From an expansive exhibition on colonial legacy to a torn apart racing car channelling Tiepolo and Top Gear

Gaudi’s Sagrada Família secures building permit—137 years later

A deal between the city and the church foundation aims to complete construction work on the architect’s quixotic final project


Another private collector opens his own gallery

A new contemporary art gallery for Barcelona

Barcelona builds up Dalí’s architectural interests in new exhibition

Twenty-seven oil paintings and over one hundred drawings are featured

Dalí’s former secretary Descharnes fights back against governmental meddling in estate rights

“The Spanish State cannot cancel a private agreement which is valid until 2004”

Malévich to be exhibited in Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia

The exhibition will show just 42 pictures from the early 19th century, including “Black square on a white ground”

Final decision on carve up of Dalí estate in Spain

Attempts to control spread of fakes with thousands seized in New York

Private sponsorship rescues exhibition centred on Picasso's Rose Period

While for a time its fate hung in the balance due to insurance costs, the exhibition is now set to begin in Barcelona

Furore over sale of Dalí rights to British financial group

Henry Ansbacher is said to have paid $15m (£7.5m) for the Spaniard’s copyright