Diary of a pavilion: Wales in Venice

James Richards’s contribution to the Welsh presentation at the Biennale is a multifaceted installation set in a Castello church. Here, the entire process, from application to installation, is described by the exhibition’s curator— the director of visual arts for Chapter, in Cardiff


Monochrome mania: Boetti’s obsession with the Xerox machine

Colour = Reality show lights up artist’s photocopy fetish

Korean photographers and mysterious Mr K gain global recognition

New wave of Korean artists embrace photography, and institutional support grows


New M+ director brings Asia-Pacific vision to West Kowloon flagship

Rooted in Hong Kong, Suhanya Raffel is reaching out to MoMA and the Tate

How a design for Hong Kong launched Zaha Hadid's career

Drawing on Chinese and Russian art, the late architect’s dramatic images for the Peak, a deluxe leisure club, brought her to international attention

Sean Scully’s grand finale opens in China

Abstract artist enjoys critical acclaim with two career surveys in as many years

Hadid’s paintings take on a life of their own

Virtual-reality experience is the result of a collaboration between the late architect’s studio, the Serpentine and Google

Asian artists flock together as biennials offer bigger stage

Artist-curators are playing a key role in increasing collaborations


Our guide to the most important new museums and expansions in 2017

From the Louvre Abu Dhabi to Cape Town's Zeitz Museum via London, Los Angeles and lots more


The top worldwide biennials and events this year

From the Venice Biennale to Sculpture Projects Münster, 2017 promises to be a heavyweight year


Top art stories from a memorable 2016

What's next for culture after a seismic year?


A year of wonder or an annus horribilis?

For some, 2016 was a bumper year—for others it was just a car wreck


Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016

Our daily edition from Art Basel in Miami Beach, including news, analysis, interviews and live reporting from the fair


Year in Review 2016

The sublime to the ridiculous: 2016 as we reported it


Why a collection of British photography is probably going abroad

Lack of support from UK institutions could mean that James and Claire Hyman donate vast collection elsewhere


In praise of the lesser- known photographer

For the collector and dealer Michael Hoppen, big names can get in the way of the image as compelling evidence


‘Photography has become the seismograph for contemporary society’

Christoph Wiesner, the artistic director of Paris Photo, identifies new trends in collecting ahead of the fair’s 20th edition


Tate makes up for lost time with the help of Elton John

Singer and other collectors are helping photography come in from the cold


Paris Photo Month on the move

The biennial festival is moving its dates from November to April


New York’s ICP reopens with survey of surveillance

Curator Charlotte Cotton reveals the ideas behind the radical show


When Weston shot Whitman

Overlooked photographs from the 1940s finally enjoy recognition at the Huntington


MoMA book revisits New Documents show

Exhibition was organised by John Szarkowski in 1967 and included the work of Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander and Garry Winogrand