Chile returns 400-million-year-old fossils to Morocco

The 117 artefacts had been smuggled into South America within the past several years

Tania Bruguera exhibition in Chile opens in modified form after uproar over artist's political stance

The Salvador Allende Solidarity Museum delayed the opening of the Cuban-born artist's solo exhibition amid pushback from Allende family members and supporters

As constitutional showdown nears, 'artivism' abounds in Chile

The country's artists and galleries are using their platforms to press for social change and support protestors

Chilean art fair suspends its 2019 edition as artists and galleries mobilise to support protesters

After more than a week of violent uprising in Santiago, the director of Chaco calls on art to “become the meeting space that Chile needs”

Margaret Carrigan. with additional reporting by Kabir Jhala

Alvaro Saieh explains his collecting habits and fascination with Old Masters

Inspired by a talk at Christie’s, the collector has amassed 150 works from the 13th to 16th centuries, as well as Modern and contemporary pieces


Terracotta warriors survive Chile earthquake

A group of the soldiers were on loan to the La Moneda Palace in Santiago