‘These are terrible crimes’: A Ukrainian museum director’s fight to recover art

Alina Dotsenko of the Kherson Art Museum explains how her team is working to find stolen objects

Urs Fischer: ‘I don’t fear anything when I make my large sculptures’

The imposing works by an artist who is not afraid to think big are brought together in a new book launched this week at Art Basel

'The missed opportunities show you how important it is to be brave': Carolin Scharpff-Striebich on trusting your instinct

The German collector on how a sleepless night is a sure sign that an acquisition is imminent, and why she has a soft spot for Pieter Bruegel the Elder

New direction: the leaders of Basel’s Kunsthalle and Kunstmuseum discuss their visions for their institutions

Elena Filipovic recently became director of the city’s Kunstmuseum after nine years at the Kunsthalle, while Mohamed Almusibli has taken the reins at the latter institution

'Almost everyone I talk to has an interesting story and something to teach me': Ryan Zurrer on getting the most out of Art Basel

The venture capitalist, an early champion of digital art through his collective 10F1, admits that his heart belongs to his home city of Zug, Switzerland

Cecilia Alemani on her top picks from Frieze New York

The curator of The High Line and the 2022 Venice Biennale highlights works by Pacita Abad, Alex Da Corte and more


‘The experience of giving birth is so abstract and intense’: Loie Hollowell on the challenge of painting pregnancy

The artist’s survey at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum tracks the formal language she developed to depict an essential process in life—one that, historically, has been rarely depicted

Abdullah Al Saadi: 'My mother would use stones to signal to me that she had visited my studio'

The conceptual artist’s exhibition at the Biennale presents a series of works documenting his cycling journeys

World view: Adriano Pedrosa, the curator of the 2024 Venice Biennale, discusses his show ‘Foreigners Everywhere’

The Brazilian curator, who is committed to highlighting the art of the Global South, explains his thinking behind the most diverse Venice Biennale exhibition ever

‘You have to come in knowing your taste and trusting your instinct’: Emilia Yin's survival guide for fairs

The owner of Hollywood’s Make Room gallery describes how her love of Surrealism informs her curatorial work, and offers Los Angeles newbies her top tips

‘The most unusual place I've installed a piece? Forty feet up in a tree’: John Quinn on his inside-out approach to art

The high-flying lawyer, who lists contemporary art as one of his passions, has opened a Los Angeles outpost of Croatia's Museum of Broken Relationships

In pictures: Art Basel in Miami Beach's Meridians section features big works tackling big topics

Curator Magalí Arriola picks out some highlights from the fair's large-scale presentation

In pictures: focus on Caribbean artists

María Elena Ortiz, curator at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, picks her favourite works at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Marcela Cantuária: ‘I want to make life from the painting’

For her first solo show in North America, the Brazilian artist has created fantastical portraits of heroic women, from the Amazon to Florida

Miami Advice: Shantelle Rodriguez on Isamu Noguchi’s Slide Mantra

Superblue's director of experiential art centres explains why the playful bayfront sculpture holds a special place in her heart

Miami Advice: Nina Johnson on the Spear House of North Bayshore Drive

The gallerist says that the pretty-in-pink property exudes the quintessential 1980s South Florida vibe that still resonates today

Miami Advice: Gabriel Kilongo on Hampton House, the segregation-era refuge for Black celebrities

The gallerist celebrates the cultural hub whose visitors included Aretha Franklin, Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King Jr.

Anne Duk Hee Jordan: ‘We live on a very old, grumpy, fragile planet’

At The Bass, the interdisciplinary artist explores weather and technology in her first US solo show

'I installed a rotating penny loafer in our master bathroom': Richard Arregui on seizing the moment

The sales and marketing director at Vivant Skin Care seeks out art with a universal language

Jamea Richmond-Edwards: ‘We’re simultaneously living in the past, present and future’

The artist on the escapism, Afrofuturism and renewed sense of agency playing out in her show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami

'We wanted to buy something cool that represented Miami and Wynwood': Jack and Tara Benmeleh on their immersion in their hometown

The native Miamians explain why taking a deep dive into the local art world is the best way to learn how to collect

‘I’m looking for abstract voices, with a new take on the world’: Liesl Fichardt on her collection and top tips for visiting Frieze

The international lawyer, who is a member of the Contemporary Art Society’s Frieze acquisitions committee, on her love of blue paintings—and Pimlico pastries

Sin Wai Kin's films challenge gender binaries and fascist Italian architecture

The Turner Prize-nominated artist-filmmaker discusses their current solo show in Rome and award-winning solo stand at Art Basel

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Interview magazine editor and Warhol confidant Bob Colacello opens new show on Pop art heyday

The photographer speaks with us about his intimate images of the famed artist, how he got the coveted New York media job and his "diehard" Republicanism

Why is Van Gogh so popular?

An in-depth interview with the director of the Van Gogh Museum, Emilie Gordenker, on its 50th anniversary

‘My work holds a mirror to one’s perspective’: Nicholas Galanin on his new public sculpture made of border wall steel

The Indigenous artist used steel destined for construction of the US’s southern border fence to make a large text art piece in Brooklyn

The best works at Frieze New York, as chosen by curator Angelik Vizcarrondo-Laboy

The California curator favours challenging media and juxtaposition in works that capture the present

'Slime Queen' collector Karen Robinovitz on her dream art purchase and the work hanging in her linen closet

Robinovitz's most recent art purchase was Yoora Lee painting from Half Gallery’s booth at Expo Chicago

Artist Aliza Nisenbaum on colour, Queens and how she makes her paintings 'glow'

The Mexico City-born painter has an exhibition at New York's Queens Museum as well as a new commission for LaGuardia Airport