Documenta 15 to go ahead as planned in 2022 despite pandemic hurdles

After weighing postponement, the Kassel exhibition’s shareholders say decision to stick to timetable was “not easy”

Documenta 15 postponement increasingly likely, general director says

Travel restrictions could derail preparations, making 2022 date impossible, Sabine Schormann says

Permanent Documenta exhibition opens at Kassel’s Neue Galerie

Show includes insights into preparations by the Indonesian art cooperative Ruangrupa for the 2022 edition

Okwui Enwezor was one of the most influential curators in history

The Art Newspaper's features editor Ben Luke pays tribute

Documenta appoints Indonesian artists cooperative Ruangrupa to lead 15th edition

Group says it will focus on urban structures in Kassel with links to other sites

Prosecutor drops investigation into Documenta financial management

The exhibition's manager, Annette Kulenkampff, welcomes prosecutor’s decision

Documenta to name new artistic director by early 2019

Quinquennial appoints eight-member search committee for curator of 2022 edition

On the road, from Iraq to Germany

The Iraqi-Kurdish artist examines migration and contemporary politics in his solo show at the New Museum

Documenta appoints Sabine Schormann as third director in less than a year

She will take over following last edition's €5.4m budget fiasco

Documenta appoints musical producer as interim manager amid budget debacle

Wolfgang Orthmayr to replace Annette Kulenkampff, who left before her contract ended

Kassel seeks three new 'Documenta professors'

Scholars will conduct research for a new institute of the quinquennial show based in the city

Artists, museum directors, scholars voice concern about Documenta’s future

An open letter calls for business chief Kulenkampff’s reinstatement and a new budget plan

Documenta manager to leave post after budget overruns

Annette Kulenkampff departs on “mutual agreement” a year before contract ends

Documenta’s budget blowout will not put next edition at risk

City of Kassel says it can cover €5.4 million deficit from this year’s event


Boom and bust in Kassel and Athens

Documenta 14 sets itself in opposition to neoliberalism and the art market — but will it pave the way to greater excess?

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While Art Basel's outlook stays cosmopolitan, US artists are left in the cold by curators

Documenta, Manifesta, La Triennale and the Kiev Biennale strike a different tone to the art market


Documenta sparks “censorship” row: Work by Gregor Schneider withdrawn

Fears that the artist's installation would be associated with the fair led to intervention

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Road trip masterminded by Cedric Christie makes stop at Basel

Each of the twelve motorists have been assigned a vehicle restored by Christie, their route incorporating a series of art fairs

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Has Art Basel lost out to Venice and Documenta?

European museums are at the fair, but some dealers say that US institutions are less prominent


Documenta '92 report: If art is dead, is the artist a zombie?

It's heavily influenced by the work of Joseph Beuys and shows the near and distant past rather than the present, with plenty of conceptual appropriation

Interview with curator Denys Zacharopoulos on Documenta IX: It’s a Documenta of certainties

“The museum is like a voodoo fetish, the artist a sorcerer but also a prisoner”