Kathy Halbreich to lead Rauschenberg Foundation

The current associate director of MoMA plans to put her relationships with artists "to very good use"

Sotheby’s organises selling exhibition to commemorate a century of De Stijl

It is the only exhibition dedicated to De Stijl to be organised outside of Europe this year

Canada’s first national Holocaust memorial opens in Ottawa

Daniel Libeskind-designed monument in concrete and metal has the shape of a distorted Star of David


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Nazi-loot conference at London’s National Gallery. Plus: Rachel Whiteread on “mummifying the air” at Tate Britain

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Bibliophiles rejoice: New York Art Book Fair returns this weekend

Hundreds of exhibitors are due to take part and a slew of events are planned

New Saskatoon museum Remai Modern gives a taste of future programming in its inaugural exhibition

The Modern and contemporary museum will show Canadian and international artists including General Idea, John Baldessari and Rosemarie Trockel


Collector voluntarily returns two stolen chapel paintings to Peru

The works were identified after they were consigned to Christie's for sale in 2015; their repatriation is part of an "aggressive" effort

Hans Ulrich Obrist to host an interview mini-marathon at Expo Chicago 2018

The artist Theaster Gates and architect Jeanne Gang are two of the confirmed participants so far


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Metropolitan Museum of Art finalises job description for director search

Search committee conducted "broad outreach" inside and outside the museum to define future leader’s desired traits

Documenta faces yawning €7m deficit, seeks financial help

Kassel city and the state of Hesse pledge to secure long-term liquidity

Richard Long to create epic mud painting for Lisson in the Strand

Gallery's anniversary show in London to include Dan Graham's largest pavilion so far

Stolen Baselitz works recovered by police

German investigators find 15 paintings and drawings in Leverkusen, north of Cologne

White House review could shrink protected land around Michael Heizer’s City

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s report on national monuments recommends reductions but no details revealed


Zhao Bandi’s party crashed by censorship at the Ullens Center in Beijing

Reproductions replace two works in his solo show, China Party, that were banned for import

British art comes under the spotlight at Cheltenham Literature Festival

Martin Parr and David Mach will be among speakers at the prestigious event

Charlottesville protestor thought to have targeted LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner work with anti-Semitic comments

The man was photographed attending torch-lit white nationalist rally in Virginia

Scotland Yard’s Art and Antiques Unit heading for closure

Detectives have been redeployed to work on Grenfell Tower investigation

De Kooning painting stolen from Arizona museum was hanging in New Mexico couple’s bedroom

A local newspaper has identified the owners of the estate where the missing painting was found

‘London Museum of Photography’ to open in capital’s East End

Swedish gallery Fotografiska is behind new space near the Whitechapel Gallery

New York's Fashion Institute of Technology redesigns its art market Master’s programme

Tuition fees have been reduced by 25% and new coursework has been added focusing on the auction world

Design auctions buck the downward trend

Expanded access via online platforms has boosted the market for the masters of Modernist furniture

First public art works for Battersea Power Station site selected

Jesse Wine and Haffendi Anuar awarded the inaugural Powerhouse Commission by Cass Sculpture Foundation

Shortlist for UK National Holocaust Memorial goes on show at V&A

Rachel Whiteread, Michal Rovner and Anish Kapoor in the running to create new structure honouring victims of Nazi persecution

Two members of Pussy Riot detained after protesting against film-maker's imprisonment

Maria Alyokhina and Olga Borisova were arrested in eastern Siberia but released after the judge found errors in the case files

Garage Museum founders Roman Abramovich and Dasha Zhukova split

The art world power couple said they will continue working together on joint projects

National Academy artists including Marina Abramovic, Chuck Close and Kara Walker condemn calls to cancel Dana Schutz show

Open letter supports ICA Boston’s decision to go ahead with show of artist whose painting of Emmett Till’s casket sparked protest at the Whitney Biennial

North Korean art goes on show at the United Nations—in defiance of Kim Jong-un

Four artists submitted works in secret for the international art exhibition

Abramovic and Ulay reunite at Louisiana Museum

Performance artists tell Louisiana Channel that they are friends again after epic break-up on Great Wall of China

Artlogic announces formal expansion in the US

Marian Goodman, Gagosian and Paul Kasmin among galleries to join the London-based technology firm