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Art fairs

What am I actually buying? Performance art-only fair in Brussels faces challenge of materiality

A Performance Affair introduces new protocol to specify what is on offer and its secondary market development

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Art market

Performance art finds its voice at Independent Brussels

Contemporary fair has reinvented itself after scaling back and moving to a November slot, although it has lost some big name exhibitors

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Conservation & Preservation

Family reunited: US exhibition brings together the pieces of cut-up 17th-century Frans Hals portrait

Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio shows three paintings confirmed as one original work by recent conservation

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Contemporary art

From Brussels to Bogotá: where will the Pompidou pop up next?

As museum's teaser show opens in the Belgian capital, its president, Serge Lasvignes, tells us about branching out from Paris

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Centre Pompidou's Brussels satellite takes shape with announcement of winning architects

Pre-launch programme of exhibitions in former Citroën garage will enable visitors to discover the building "in its raw state"

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Art market

Brafa beefs up its contemporary art offering

Long-established Brussels fair bolsters more patchy modern works on show to complement strength in haute époque, ethnographic and ancient art

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Exhibitions

Wiels Contemporary Art Centre as the Absent Museum: old and new works come together in centre's 10th anniversary exhibition

In the heart of Europe, a new show reflects a diverse and globalised world

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Pre-Colombian

Tax squabble may force sale of €25m pre-Colombian art collection

Gift to Brussels museum is stalled by dispute between region and state

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Restitution

Agreement reached on EEC exports and restitution

The Regulation to enter into force by the end of March, the Directive in October

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Old Masters

Trends in Old Master drawings over the last twelve years analysed by Professor Victor Ginsburgh and Nicholas Schwed of Brussels University, who apply a new methodology

Of course every work of art is unique—but enter the technique of “hedonic regression”