Art Basel's director in Hong Kong to lead Bonhams in Asia

Magnus Renfrew returns to auction house as Swiss fair seeks replacement

Published online: 22 July 2014

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Investigating the potential of 3D printing in the art world

Published online: 17 July 2014

Hauser & Wirth opens gallery in rural Somerset

Countryside venue houses large-scale sculptures and an exhibition by Phyllida Barlow

Published online: 15 July 2014

Sotheby's teams up with eBay to stream auctions live

Auction house aims to make art accessible to eBay's 145m users

Published online: 14 July 2014

Royal Academy cancels show by Russian art group

Autumn exhibition, part of the UK-Russia year of culture, pulled because of lack of funding

Published online: 11 July 2014

New York Design Commission awards own president

Signe Nielsen’s landscape architecture firm has won awards from government agency eight times

Published online: 11 July 2014


On their bikes: Sotheby's Old Masters team cycles to Amsterdam

Members of Sotheby's London Old Masters, and British Paintings and Drawings, departments got out of the auction house and got on their...

Flex those arty pecs

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Adjaye's culture hub for historic Johannesburg station

The British architect David Adjaye expands his portfolio with yet another high-profile cultural project on the horizon. The “starchitect”...


Jean Paul Gaultier hits the streets in London

As his show opens at London’s Barbican this week, the French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier talks to the curator Thierry-Maxime Loriot about his early work and his love for the UK city. In the 1970s, Gaultier remembers spotting a poster with bright red lips and dripping blood on the Kings Road plugging The Rocky Horror Picture Show—an aesthetic he says you can see in his own clothes.