Photo London 2016...NO SALES, NO ARCHIVE CAN ONLY BE USED IN CONNECTION WITH THE PHOTO LONDON 2016 EVENT Undated handout photo of a scene from the Bogside in Derry in 1971 taken by Don McCullin that will feature feature in an international photography event. 80 of the world's top galleries will take part in Photo London 2016, displaying photos from all periods and genres. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Friday November 27, 2015. War photographer McCullin has been given the title of Master of Photography for the showcase which takes place next May at Somerset House and across the capital. See PA story ARTS Photography. Photo credit should read: Don McCullin/PA Wire NOTE TO EDITORS: This handout photo may only be used in for editorial reporting purposes for the contemporaneous illustration of events, things or the people in the image or facts mentioned in the caption. Reuse of the picture may require further permission from the copyright holder.
©Don McCullin

McCullin: Art world ‘hijacking’ photos

War photographer says profession is a form of communication

Louis Legrand’s ‘Elegant with a fan’, showing with Laura Pecheur
©Art Go

More galleries join Master Drawings New York

On its tenth edition, the event has expanded to include modern and contemporary works

‘Cha-Cha-Cha danced by members of the ICAIC’
©Galerie Nathalie Obadia

Cuba comes in from the cold

As Havana and Washington restore ties, the art world embraces the island

Rosalyn Drexler’s ‘The Misfits’ (1961)

Art Basel Miami Beach’s ‘Survey’

Fair section spotlights influential work from the 20th centur

‘Mirror — Untitled’ (2015)
©Hannah Starkey

Snapshot: ‘Mirror — Untitled’ (2015) by Hannah Starkey

The photographer describes her work as ‘explorations of everyday experiences and observations of inner city life from a female perspective’

Visitors to Design Miami 2014
©ADN Galeria

Firma Casa debuts at Design Miami

The Brazilian gallery will exhibit at the fair for the first time as demand grows for pieces from Central and South America

Martin Johnson Heade’s ‘The Great Florida Sunset’ (1887), which has sold for $5.9m
©Elena Datrino

The Art Market: Great Florida sunrise

Spotlight on Latin American work; American art and Taubman in NewYork; Paris fairs cancelled

From Miguel Angel Rojas’ 1980 ‘Faenza’ series

Colombian artist Miguel Angel Rojas

The artist’s documents of gay life in Bogotá balance beauty and ugliness, politics and lyricism

‘Artist & Empire’ at Tate Britain

A survey of art made in response to empire reflects national pride — and a legacy of lingering ambivalence, writes Maya Jaggi

‘Drawing 36 (after Flink)’ (2015) by Glenn Brown
©Gagosian Gallery

‘Unrealism’ could be the next new thing

A Miami exhibition argues for the dominance of figuration over abstraction in the internet era