Anny Shaw is a contributing art market editor at The Art Newspaper and author of Resist: Rebellion, Dissent & Protest in Art
Global demand for African art brings near-record year for South African auction house despite ‘much higher degrees of uncertainty’
Strauss & Co is launching a new sale format with the aim of fostering a more inclusive African art market
Egon Schiele painting to be restored with €25,000 grant from Tefaf art fair
Once owned by Jewish collectors in Vienna, the landscape was exported to the US on condition it was exhibited in the Austrian pavilion at the 1948 Venice Biennale
Another London fair cancelled: Art & Antiques Fair Olympia pulls summer event over ‘escalating costs’ and ‘lack of dealer commitment’
With Masterpiece also out of the picture, the UK capital's fair landscape looks very different this year
Are charity art auctions, not donations, the new model for offsetting taxes?
House of Lords report slams UK government’s 'complacent' and 'incoherent' approach to the arts
Committee warns the future of Britain as a cultural leader is at risk
Another monumental Munch painting once hidden from Nazis in a barn heads to the block
Heirs of Jewish art critic forced to sell the work estimated at $15m now set to benefit from Sotheby’s auction
The art world in 2023: market predictions, big shows and museum openings
New business, familiar face: former Sotheby’s chairperson Patti Wong launches advisory focused on top Asian collectors
Patti Wong & Associates will partner with London-based advisory The Fine Art Group to expand its global reach
‘An absolute art market record’: Christie’s posts $8.4bn in sales for 2022
Single-owner collections and millennials boost auction house’s revenues despite “challenging macro environment”
Sotheby’s on track to make $8bn in 2022, the company’s highest total ever—but don’t be fooled by the top line
Fine art accounts for $5.7bn of that total, a 9.5% drop from 2021
The elephant in the booth: the environmental toll of art fairs
Can art actually help improve Saudi Arabia's abject human rights record?
Little progress is being made in diversifying US museum acquisitions, report preview finds
Data from the Burns Halperin Report 2022, published 13 December, shows the limited purchasing power of museums and how much they rely on donors to shape their collections
The last hurrah? Art world excess at Art Basel Miami Beach
Art Basel in Miami Beach sales report: dealers brace for gloomier times ahead
Miami mega-collector Jorge Pérez: 'I hate to see where America is now'
Other leading cultural figures also respond to Florida's swing to the right
Gagosian announces new board of directors including LVMH's Delphine Arnault and filmmaker Sofia Coppola
Star-studded board of 20 will “raise the bar on the gallery’s vision for the future”, mega-dealer says
The five year warranty on the Salvator Mundi by Leonardo is about to run out—could the buyer have asked for their money back?
Warranties of authenticity offered to buyers can be hard to enforce when auctioneers can fall back on the “generally accepted opinion of scholars and experts”
Banksy in Ukraine: seven new works appear in war-torn sites
The pieces are located throughout the country, from Kyiv to Borodyanka
Five years after #MeToo, what has changed for female artists?
Censored? London premiere of Andres Serrano’s Capitol attack film pulled for being 'pro-Trump'
US artist says that Prince Charles Cinema has “misinterpreted” his work
Art Week Tokyo’s perfectly orchestrated official launch leads some gallerists to ask—do we really need a fair?
As the city attempts to grow its position as a global art hub, some dealers express a preference for gallery-hopping events
Crisis, what crisis? Global import and export of art set to hit record levels by the end of 2022, according to Art Basel/UBS report
Demand from collectors remains “extremely resilient”—but survey asks how long can the current model be sustained?
Pakistani artists raise money for its devastating floods—and question which causes garner art world support
‘Pay-to-play’ galleries—which charge artists thousands to exhibit—are on the rise
By asking for participation fees upfront, art businesses are hedging their bets against poor sales—but how ethical is this practice?
Major galleries sign Venice Biennale’s women artists—at last
Art boom as the UK busts: how the economic crisis is affecting the market
VIPeeved: collectors complain about huge Frieze queue and fair full of 'time wasters'
Delays in entry and an 'insane crowd of socialites' leave a bad taste for some, while others chose to leave rather than wait
Tracey Emin sells new work for £2.3m at Christie's and will use the money to fund her new art school
Collectors at Frieze London are also investing with White Cube finding buyers for seven works on paper and Xavier Hufkens selarling a large-scale painting in the region of £950,000
Ultra-contemporary art boom defies economic downturn at Frieze London
New works by young artists are in high demand at the fair, reflecting a surge in prices at auction