Hauser & Wirth
From Bridgerton vibes to fantastical fireworks: here are the best arty staycation spots in the UK
Summer is coming! And with a cultural cornucopia of delights to enjoy here at home who needs to holiday abroad anyway?
Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend
Hauser and Wirth's Menorcan 'quarantine island' will open in July with Mark Bradford show
Warning: contains graphic images of sun-drenched Balearic art idyll
Mary Heilmann: My work follows 'no linear time. It's all a chunk'
As her Hauser & Wirth exhibition launches online, the 81-year-old artist tells us about her early influences, being taught by David Hockney, and why pink is punk
Sign up for our first 'New Models for New Times' event on 8 October: Is the new spirit of collaboration lip-service or game-changing?
Galleries are increasingly teaming up to stay afloat—but for how long? Featuring Pilar Corrias, Caroline Douglas, Sunny Rahbar and Neil Wenman. Presented in partnership with Cromwell Place
For no eyes only: Mark Bradford’s quarantine paintings push the bounds of virtual art viewing
For his first online exhibition, the artist hangs paintings made during lockdown in isolation in an empty space atop Hauser & Wirth’s LA gallery
Hauser & Wirth appoints Fortnum & Mason head as first global chief executive
Ewan Venters will join the mega gallery in January with a focus on leading the business while co-presidents concentrate on the artists
Pandemic pushes gallery districts to decentralise
Dealers are swiftly setting up new spaces in the Hamptons this summer and an increasing number of galleries are taking root in smaller cities
New Annie Leibovitz show jettisons signature portraits to focus on interior life during lockdown
Hauser & Wirth online exhibition, launching today, includes limited edition print sold in aid of Covid-19 relief efforts
Here's what has sold so far from Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms
From a tribute to a guerrilla soldier and priest to an exploration of black female beauty, collectors snap up pictures on fair's VIP day
'Who are the art market's virtual winners?'
As digital fatigue sets in, a little editing goes a long way with online viewing rooms—and sometimes a humble PDF with a few human touches makes a welcome break
'How Covid-19 has forced the art market’s speedy digital conversion'
In lockdown, many galleries have had a Damascene moment with online programming
As the art world urgently moves online, some galleries fear digital displacement
Just as mega dealers have bought up prime real estate, so too are they dominating bandwidth in the virtual landscape
Socially distant but financially fruitful: George Condo's lonely drawings sell out online
Works made during lockdown were priced between $100,000 and $125,000 in Hauser & Wirth's virtual show
Hauser & Wirth announces new art and technology division with the launch of a custom-designed virtual reality platform
The ArtLab initiative will also offer a new tech residency programme for artists as blue-chip galleries race for digital dominance amid coronavirus lockdown
Private galleries give some profits to public health organisations battling coronavirus
Hauser & Wirth is donating 10% of profits from its online exhibitions to “both local and global causes” as part of its new #artforbetter initiative
New York galleries turn on the cameras as they turn off the lights during coronavirus lockdown
As programming and expansion plans are halted, innovation kicks in with virtual performances and tours
Are commercial galleries the next big content producers?
The top dealers are increasingly becoming audio and video makers and magazine publishers—is it all still about sales?
New York galleries start to close due to coronavirus concerns
Pace, Hauser & Wirth and some others have confirmed that they will temporarily shut down
Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend
Flash sales and no-fee subscription scheme fuel up-start New York gallery
The dealers behind Tennis Elbow in Tribeca aim to subvert traditional artist representation with a more "democratic and transparent approach"
Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend
Mark Bradford addresses modern-day xenophobia through Greek mythology and a Motown classic
US artist talks on The Art Newspaper Podcast about his London exhibition Cerberus at Hauser & Wirth
Mega-galleries pick up the pace in the race for space
Commercial galleries continue to expand in Manhattan despite steep real estate costs
Private view: must-see gallery shows opening in September
Louise Bourgeois: a buyer's guide
The late French artist’s phallic bronzes are not as easy to home as many of her other works, but it is the spiders that remain the most coveted— and hardest to come by
Hauser & Wirth to represent Annie Leibovitz worldwide
US photographer and gallery are looking at editioning her works