Is an influx of Latin American collectors turning Madrid into the art world’s next Miami?
As the Spanish capital attracts a moneyed contingent from Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela, regional galleries are following suit
Innovative or elitist? A new book takes a close look at Latin American Modernism
A study of four 20th-century artists concentrates on close examination of works and intentions, rather than grand simplifying narratives.
Historic Peruvian church to be restored after earthquake
The Church of La Jalca Grande, one of the first churches built in Peru after the Spanish conquest, was constructed using stones from pre-Hispanic monuments
Venezuelan art market fractured as coup erupts in Caracas
Once the cultural darling of South America, the country's capital is now a shadow of its former glory as artists and dealers struggle in the face of a military uprising
FBI launches campaign to return haul of Native and South American works
Thousands of illegally removed items—including human bones—were discovered on collector’s farm
Oxford museum rethinks famed display of shrunken heads
The review of the ‘tsantsas’ is part of a wider exercise looking at the Pitt Rivers Museum’s historic labels
Interview with dealer Santo Micali on finding new markets for pre-Columbian art
Argentina, Mexico and Brazil could be the future for a field struggling with limited supply