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Against all odds, Hong Kong’s gallery scene is on the up

Amid a crackdown on dissent, and the havoc wreaked by the pandemic, Hong Kong’s galleries have not just survived but thrived, with several new openings

Saving Ukraine’s heritage: an eyewitness account of relief efforts

Plus, the Cezanne blockbuster at The Art Institute of Chicago and Nicola L.’s Gold Femme Commode at Alison Jacques

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Women are on top at London's Eye of the Collector fair

Almost half the works on show at the boutique event are by female artists—and lower price points are attracting buyers

Happy Dalí Day! Hawaiian gallery announces discovery of long-lost wax sculpture on anniversary of Surrealist’s birth

Lost Wax, now valued between $10m and $20m, was stored in a private vault for four decades

Gallery Weekend Beijing postponed as Covid restrictions tighten in Chinese capital

It is hoped visitors will be able to travel to Beijing at the end of June, though a new date for the event has not yet been announced

Art Fund to help curators from UK's regional museums to visit London Gallery Weekend

Eighteen institutions from Aberdeen to St Ives have been granted funds to help with travel and accommodation

Best shows for… families with children

Kids can join in the London Gallery Weekend fun too—here are some of galleries putting on family-friendly events

Best shows for… art history buffs

Our pick of five art-historical rediscoveries not to miss in the city this weekend

Best shows for… photography fans

Our pick of the five photography exhibitions to see in the city this weekend

London Gallery Weekend: the must-see exhibitions in East London

With last day of London Gallery Weekend 2022 is focused on the East End, critic Louisa Buck selects the best shows in the area

London Gallery Weekend: the must-see exhibitions in South London

On Saturday 14 May, the focus of the event shifts south of the river. Our critic Louisa Buck picks out the shows you should visit

London Gallery Weekend: the must-see exhibitions in West and Central London

As the event kicks off on Friday 13 May, critic Ben Luke chooses the best shows to visit

America's racial reckoning: inside the controversial Guston show

Plus, London's new Queer Britain museum and a rediscovered work by Caterina Angela Pierozzi

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Doug Aitken’s new 360-degree video looks to the horizon, with a chorus of AI voices

'Wilderness' breaks conceptual boundaries by leading its viewer into a multi-layered allegory, questioning what it means to exist on this planet as we are enveloped by the digital realm

Art world organisations, galleries and artists helped fund conservation of a Peruvian cloud forest

Over 40 donors supported the climate action led by Galleries Commit and Art to Acres, which will see nearly 200,000 acres preserved

Punching bag bearing name of convicted dealer Mary Boone features in New York show on Basquiat’s found objects

Nahmad Contemporary exhibition brings together works made from detritus dotted around the city’s streets and subways

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Brazil's SP-Arte fair to focus on design and digital art sectors

The 18th edition of the Brazilian art fair features around 30 design galleries, a recently introduced sector, and a selling exhibition of digital art

‘Let’s stop this war’: the plight of Ukrainian gallerists and what they are doing to help their artists

Following the Russian invasion, some art dealers and their artists have left the country, some have stayed—but all are finding ways to help their compatriots

Russian dealers make way for Ukrainian galleries at Liste fair in June

Fragment and Osnova galleries will give their stands to The Naked Room and Voloshyn from Kyiv

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Biggest-ever Art Dubai fair offers smoke machines, escapism and, of course, NFTs: here’s what sold so far

The event's 15th edition dedicated a whole building to the "rapidly expanding digital arts space"

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As his gallery marks a decade in business, New York dealer Hong Gyu Shin puts his personal collection on view

The Lower East Side's Shin Gallery marks its tenth anniversary with a show mixing works by artists from its roster with blue-chip and historical gems from its founder's personal holdings

This digital archive brings women art dealers back into the story of Modern art

The Women Art Dealers Digital Archives explores the role of historical women gallerists as powerful forces in once-niche markets that have since become major sectors of the art world

Hollywood talent agency to expand its contemporary art footprint with new gallery in Atlanta

UTA Artist Space's second gallery, with a former professional basketball player as head of sales, show the agency zeroing in on the lucrative crossover possibilities between the art market and high-earning sports and entertainment figures

Los Angeles is open for business again

With mega-galleries heading west and a dynamic local scene, the city is realising its market potential

New takes on Old Masters in a landmark of Old Hollywood

New York-based Half Gallery has taken over the home of Dorothy Arzner, one of the most successful lesbians in Hollywood in the first half of the 20th century

'Totally Kafkaesque': Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs spaces still paralysed by pandemic

Most Los Angeles art institutions have reopened while complying with Covid-19 safety measures—except those run by the city