Philippe Regnier

Doug Aitken

'I think as a society we want more from art': Doug Aitken on his pop-up kaleidoscope pavilion set on an abandoned Venetian island

The US artist created the commission Green Lens for the fashion brand Saint Laurent


Centre Pompidou was about to sign a deal for a satellite space in South Korea—before coronavirus struck

Curators at French museum plan to launch video game centred on contemporary art while its Shanghai satellite reopens to the public

Appointments & departures

Marc-Olivier Wahler steps down as director of MSU Broad Art Museum

The Swiss curator is resigning from the Michigan institution for family reasons

Art Basel

Art Basel 2001 report: Collectors motivated by passion rather than stock market swings

This year has served as a good barometer of the Modern art market

Art market

Interview with Samuel Keller: Quality, not quantity at Art Basel 2000

The new director of the Swiss fair reveals his plans for its future


Ernst Beyeler’s museum opens

One of the world’s greatest collections of modern Impressionist and post-Impressionist art goes on view this month in a $37 million building by Renzo Piano


Basel beckons: from Bacon to Warhol, the cream of twentieth-century art on view

Europe’s grandest modern art fair will be bigger than ever this year, with collectors and museum curators from all over the world


What's On in Paris: Kosuth's ode to early 19th century Paris and first Warhol exhibition in Paris since '91

Also, Richard Hains's logo-mania and Robert Malaval's regurgitations