Frieze London 2018

Handbags at dawn? Haroon Mirza accuses Louis Vuitton of appropriating his solar sculptures

Artist's new works incorporate "imitation" bags and wallets in response to brand's window displays

Rachel Maclean: Brexit wrapped up in cotton candy

The Scottish video artist throws visitors into a post-Brexit apocalypse at London’s Zabludowicz Collection

A home of one's own: tackling London's growing housing and studio crisis

As debate rages over art’s role in gentrification, two new schemes offer artists affordable spaces to live and work

In pictures: six budding stars at Frieze London

The Focus section for younger galleries and artists is always the most dynamic element of the fair

Confessions of a dealer: Franck Prazan

We speak to the director of Paris's Applicat-Prazan gallery about dealers in denial and the pleasures of Pink Floyd

Contemporary art market cools as confidence drops

Brexit and Trump's trade war with China are affecting the mood of buyers

There is more to exhibitions than number-crunching

Our public institutions must hold their nerve and dare to offer audiences varied experiences, even at the expense of popular appeal

Collector's Eye: David Roberts

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Sotheby’s 'Banksy-ed' as painting 'self-destructs' live at auction

Girl with a Balloon (2006) had just hammered at £860,000

Hannah Perry: Paying tribute to an absent friend

The UK artist’s solo show at Somerset House remembers a collaborator after his suicide, and also explores how we process grief and trauma

Collector's Eye: Christina Makris

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Contemporary galleries start looking to the next generation

The gallery gene does not normally survive beyond one generation, so how can contemporary art galleries survive their founders and keep their edge?

Sotheby’s introduces mysterious new symbol in auction catalogues

The curvaceous M indicates a work that is "subject to right of first refusal"

Christie's to auction works by Grenfell victim Khadija Saye

Profits from the sale will support new UK arts education programme in 2019

Artists’ battle for refugees is beginning to pay off

Amid the din of cynical populists the voices of these fragile communities are needed more than ever

Frieze special: the fair and the top shows, with Doris Salcedo and Ragnar Kjartansson

We talk to the art market specialist Melanie Gerlis about the fair, to Doris Salcedo and Ragnar Kjartansson about their shows, Massimiliano Gioni about the New Museum’s video-art pop-up in London—and Louisa Buck discusses Frieze's special Social Work section. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793.

Tate’s watercolour is upgraded to a Gauguin

Double-sided work, bequeathed in 1962, had previously been attributed to the French artist's circle

Five works that will make you cry at Frieze

Our selection of works is guaranteed to have you showing some emotion

Mega-galleries bank on Chinese art at Frieze

Trend follows dealers’ move into Eastern market

In pictures: Adam Pendleton's pick of Frieze Masters

The US artist's current exhibition seeks to fill the gaps in the history of conceptual art

Francis Upritchard: the confessions of a magpie Kiwi

The New Zealand-born artist’s show at the Barbican Art Gallery reflects her diverse approach to materials, including a rare Brazilian rubber called balata

Collector's Eye: Frank Cohen

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Collector’s Eye: Nicky Wilson

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Social work: eight dissenting female artists feature in Frieze London’s new section

Work that challenged male-dominated art world of the 1980s and 1990s on show as UK marks centenary of women's suffrage

Interested in a square inch of a Warhol? Fractional ownership hits the art market

A growing number of new investment platforms are touting the concept

Tate acquires four works at Frieze London’s VIP opening

Contemporary Art Society buys Kehinde Wiley film for The Box in Plymouth, while first Camden Arts Centre Emerging Artist prizewinner is also announced

Tatiana Trouvé’s shamanic tree takes root at Frieze London

Work at Galerie Kamel Mennour is quite literally ground-breaking

Curators defend Turner Prize nominee Luke Willis Thompson

The artist has been accused of profiting from black suffering

Zeng Fanzhi: My pick of Frieze Week shows

The Chinese artist reveals which exhibitions he plans to see during his whistle-stop tour of the UK capital this week


Tania Bruguera: Why I renamed Tate Modern

The performance artist on using her Turbine Hall commission to reach out to local people


How-to guide: achieve your perfect Frieze face in six easy steps

Make sure you stand out from the crowd at London’s hottest art event


Collector's Eye: Karsten Schubert

The dealer and collector tells the artist Michael Landy which work he would save from the Art Bin


Hans Ulrich Obrist: secrets of a super-curator

The Serpentine Galleries' artistic director reveals how he is resisting extinction, declares that shows must find new ways to connect and insists that stopping is not an option

Interview by PIERRE HUYGHE

The future is virtual

The acceleration of technology and the solitary nature of VR are a problem, but the rewards are great

Instagram takeover: Rana Begum

The artist is our Instagrammer-in-chief this week

Agony uncles: Dear Elmgreen & Dragset

Our readers ask the leading artists what they think about life, the art world and everything in between


Grayson Perry: 'the art fair as a rite of passage'

Fresh from the success of his Channel 4 series Rites of Passage, the artist tackles the art fair


A first peek at Yayoi Kusama’s newest Infinity Room in London

Exhibition of Japanese artist's work that opens later this week has already sold out for October