Anny Shaw is a contributing art market editor at The Art Newspaper and author of Resist: Rebellion, Dissent & Protest in Art
Private sector picks up the pieces as UK government cuts art education funding
The art world still favours the rich—how do we fix that?
Nine artists, curators and dealers who beat the industry's stacked odds discuss challenges and solutions
Seoul has all the ingredients for success—can Frieze now take its market to the next level?
The city’s collectors, museums and state support make it a key player in Asia—but sales from the fair show its market is still nascent
Sotheby’s to sell €11m collection from the Hydra home of Pauline Karpidas
The British patron’s annual meetings on the Greek Island were a “who’s who of the contemporary art world”
Venice Biennale artist Alberta Whittle accused of using parts of another artist’s sculpture in her work
Mary Redmond has launched copyright claims against Whittle and the National Galleries of Scotland
'The tank is empty': Brexit, inflation and a downturn in sales force FOLD gallery in London to close
Running costs for the 15-year-old gallery have become "more and more difficult to manage over the past 18 months", owner says
Banksy’s 'Valentine’s Day Mascara' mural to be sold back to the public for £120 a share
A comment on domestic violence, a six-figure sum has been pledged to Margate charity Oasis
Sotheby’s UK profits dropped by almost a quarter last year amid 'Brexit red tape'
An auction house spokesperson says Companies House figures do not represent full scope of business
British Museum settles case with translator after using work 'without permission, credit or payment'
The London institution will now reinstate Yilin Wang's translations and is reviewing its permissions policy
Phillips launches Dropshop, selling newly commissioned works direct from artist to collector
The auction house is pursuing the primary market with the new digital platform, which will sell monthly "drops" of limited editions by artists such as Cj Hendry
'We need to talk about class in the art world'
A recent list of young art "disruptors" published by a UK newspaper underlines the insidious dynamics of privilege which continue to define our industry
Dealer Massimo De Carlo to launch private foundation in northwestern Italy
The Italian gallerist's planned complex will be the first private hub dedicated to contemporary art in the province of Asti
Special report: Funding cuts and weak economy send UK’s visual arts into crisis
Poet and translator to sue British Museum for copyright and moral rights infringement
Vancouver-based Yilin Wang has raised more than £15,000 via Crowd Justice to begin legal proceedings
Christie's Modern and contemporary evening sale in London plummets 66% from last year's equivalent auction
Few big-ticket consignments and New York's turbo-charged May sales marred tonight's performance
Inside the Kabinett: our top five picks from the new Art Basel section
Art Basel may be busy, but cautious sales reflect a complex market picture
Secondary market works are taking longer to place as art trade faces “a clear readjustment”
What sold on Art Basel's first VIP day: from a $22.5m Bourgeois spider to a huge $2.5m Richter sculpture
Cindy Sherman on AI experiments, lockdown pottery and being a woman in today's art market
Artist has created new body of work for solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in Zurich
UBS completes takeover of Credit Suisse—but what will happen to the bank's art world sponsorships?
Credit Suisse’s current benefactors include Kunsthaus Zurich, Kunstmuseum Basel and the National Gallery in London
Gagosian appoints new director for Switzerland
Andreas Rumbler will be tasked with uniting the mega-gallery's Swiss spaces "under a common vision"
Jean-Michel Basquiat: a buyer's guide
Basquiat's art market superstardom rose to dizzying new heights in 2021 but auction sales dropped by 50% in 2022
'The prestigious places are the worst': low pay still dogs the art industry, despite optimistic salary survey
Venice Biennale artist Sonia Boyce and Simon Lee Gallery part ways after just two years
The London-based gallery is also subject to a Companies House notice to be dissolved, though owner says tax dispute has now been resolved
Can London's commercial galleries help save regional museums?
The Art Fund and London Gallery Weekend have launched a focus group with the aim of helping public institutions acquire works and organise exhibitions
University of Brighton to close Brighton Contemporary Centre for the Arts citing ongoing fee freeze, ‘soaring energy costs’ and ‘generationally high inflation’
First exhibition in the south coast city for Turner Prize-winner and Brighton resident Helen Cammock has now been cancelled
Wealthy American art collectors capitalise on tax-efficient gift scheme
Endless appetite: Hauser & Wirth founders to open first New York restaurant alongside third gallery in the city
Launching next year, the Soho eatery is the latest venture from the hospitality company Artfarm
Has New York’s hot art market finally cooled?
Dealers at Frieze remain optimistic while noting a shift in collector behaviour
‘Like a striptease’: Gypsy Rose Lee’s legacy lives on as her works remain elusive
New York theatre producer attempts to collect works by women of a landmark 1943 exhibition