Biennale Paris vetting committee co-presidents withdraw two months before the fair is due to open
Chairmen of the CNE and the SFEP say the fair's vetting experts disagree over the admission of two exhibitors to this year's edition
More grief for Aristophil investors as French government seizes hundreds of documents
Around 18,000 people invested in the now bankrupted company's manuscripts collection, but state says many items of historical importance should never have been sold
Second tranche of Aristophil's manuscripts collection to be sold in Paris, but will it flood the market?
After a difficult first series of auctions last December, Drouot holds more sales in June to disperse holdings of bankrupt French firm
World's largest collection of manuscripts from bankrupt firm Aristophil to be sold in Paris
Auctioneer Claude Aguttes will sell the collection of historic books and manuscripts across 300 sales over at least six years as part of liquidation