Faces of refugees and locals to be pasted on Geneva building as part of JR photography project

As number of displaced people reaches record high, French artist's Inside Out initiative aims to bring Geneva community together

‘We were both shocked that the photo was ever taken’: the collectors who assembled a trove of early vernacular photos of men in love

Texas-based collectors Hugh Nini and Neal Treadwell have amassed a collection of more than 4,000 early photos, some of which are now on view at a Swiss museum

Artgenève bridges Switzerland's language divide

Eighth edition of fair attracts more blue-chip and German-speaking Swiss galleries keen to meet Geneva's Francophone collectors

Pavilion of Art + Design joins Artgenève for seventh edition

The Paris- and London-based design fair looks to forge Francophone links in collector-rich region

Elusive smile, elusive artist: is this really by Leonardo?

Despite a lavish, 300-page book and a high-profile presentation, strong doubts remain


New UNESCO protocol states attacks on cultural property during wartime will be criminalised

A new protocol allows for prosecution of organisations and individuals, putting pressure on art market professionals