Installation

Documentaarchive

Documenta sparks “censorship” row: Work by Gregor Schneider withdrawn

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

Interview with Glenn Kaino: Now you see him...

When Kaino thought the art world was getting too obsessed with money, he retreated into the realm of magic

Twisted ways of seeing: Interview with Carsten Höller

Höller has a PhD in insect communication, but he abandoned the rules of science for the “subjective experience” of art

Interview with Elmgreen & Dragset on staging their newest work: “Actors are playing us, but we might interfere”

The artists on splitting up but staying together and why they are putting their lives on stage

Art Baselarchive

Art Basel's installation sector, Art Parcours, opens in city's medieval heart

Visitors' first impressions may have been hindered by the rainy conditions

Interview with Angela Bulloch: Shining a light on the city

The artist has installed her latest work in the Basel cathedral, as part of the fair’s new Art Parcours project

Beuys’s site-specific work to stay put in Krefeld (for now)

Collector Helga Lauffs has donated the works, subject to conditions

Interview with Jenny Holzer: In her own words (or not, as the case may be)

The American artist on her “odd and lonely” childhood, other people’s texts and why she’s returned to painting

Still no plan for Richard Prince’s house

The artist’s fire-damaged Second House environment faces an uncertain future

Meet the collector opening a James Turrell museum in the Andes

Meet the collector opening a James Turrell museum in the Andes

Art Basel Miami Beach '07 fair report: Edition is strongest yet, despite financial turmoil

Most of the buyers were American private collectors and large-scale installation works were popular

Hirst to fix another formaldehyde installation

All four versions of Mother and Child, Divided, returned to Hirst's studio for conservation

Interview with Allora and Calzadilla on putting everything in context

The duo discuss the political and humorous aspects of their work before a major show at the Moore Space in Miami

New installation for Tate Modern courtesy of UBS

The first rehang of the Bankside branch relies on funds provided by UBS - with conditions

Art Baselarchive

Works in Basel's Art Unlimited parallels that of the Venice Biennale’s Arsenale show

Political video is strong in both, but the variety of art is greater in Basel

Interview with Mike Kelley on accumulating the uncanny in his new Tate Liverpool show

The Californian post-conceptualist plays the role of artist, curator and collector in his latest piece

Is it a bird? A plane? No, just a G-string: Interview with artist E.V. Day

E.V. Day on thongs, Stealth Bombers and why her latest work stretches elasticity to its limit

Interview with Michael Landy post-'Breakdown': New directions and championing of the urban weed

Last year Michael Landy meticulously catalogued and then destroyed all his material possessions. For his latest show he has photographed and etched the plants that grow spontaneously throughout the city

Ordering Wolfgang Tillmans: 'Still life' on show at Harvard University

Benjamin Paul harks back to Dutch masters in his curation of Tillmans at the Busch-Reisinger Museum

Interview with Mona Hatoum: Pass the electric fork, please

The artist uses kitchen utensils and household objects to charge domestic settings with danger

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Anish Kapoor commissioned to produce new work for the Tate's Turbine Hall

The sculptor succeeds Louise Bourgeois and the late Juan Muñoz

Anselm Kiefer on a massive scale at the Beyeler Foundation

The German master of the mythical and grandiose puts on a large-scale overview show

Hippy, dippy and hi-tech: New and old videos by Pipilotti Rist

Rist is the subject of solo exhibitions in Utrecht and Madrid