Anny Shaw

Anny Shaw is a contributing art market editor at The Art Newspaper and author of Resist: Rebellion, Dissent & Protest in Art

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

New York's Spring art bonanza: the shows, the sales, the fairs

Plus, the Richard Prince copyright case and Sarah Sze in London

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Gallery pays tribute to America's lost abortion rights, 50 years after landmark Roe v Wade ruling

Michael Rosenfeld's Frieze New York booth features works by feminist artists from 1973

June trial date set for Russian artist who leaked sex video of President Emmanuel Macron’s ‘right-hand man’

Pyotr Pavlensky created his Pornopolitics work in response to the video and now faces up to two years in prison for publishing sexual content without the participants' consent

Gagosian to close its vast Britannia Street gallery in London after two decades

The gallery is instead launching a new public platform for large-scale sculpture in October

Time to invest in the art market? New 'stock exchange for art' to launch at the Victoria & Albert Museum this month

Francis Bacon’s triptych Three Studies for a Portrait of George Dyer revealed as the first work to be listed on Artex, starting at around $55m

London dealer Alison Jacques to open new headquarters on illustrious Cork Street this autumn

She will open the three-storey, 6,000 sq ft space with shows by Sheila Hicks and Robert Mapplethorpe

Pace gallery to show Picasso’s sketchbooks in New York for 50 year anniversary of artist’s death

Never seen by the public during his lifetime, they include studies for his most famous paintings such as Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Bonhams closes gender pay gap by 39%, but Sotheby’s and Christie’s lag behind

UK’s public institutions continue to provide a greater degree of equity—though this is not even across all pay brackets

Art marketanalysis

Global art market 'beginning to cool’, according to latest Art Basel/UBS report

Total sales grew just 3% in 2022, while China's zero-Covid policies saw UK overtake it as second-biggest market

‘Glad to see they are scared’: Pussy Riot founder Nadya Tolokonnikova added to Russia’s wanted list for criminals

A performance in which she burns an effigy of Vladimir Putin, and an NFT of a vagina-shaped Virgin Mary are thought to be behind new charges

Fairsnews

From the ashes of Masterpiece London comes Treasure House Fair—who's taking part?

More than 40 galleries have thrown their weight behind the new venture, but only a handful of overseas dealers will participate

Italynews

Banksy’s migrant rescue ship detained by Italian authorities

Activists say boat was seized after taking 180 rescued people to Lampedusa and has been impounded for 20 days for violating new Italian laws

NFTnews

New York court dismisses case over ownership of ‘world’s first NFT’ sold for $1.5m at Sotheby’s

Lawsuit is one of the first in the US to examine how blockchain technology affects the ownership of digital art

Are young collectors buying Old Masters? Dealers at Tefaf Maastricht bank on changing tastes

The sector could benefit from cross-over buyers influenced by fashion designers and institutions looking to diversify collections

Old Masters in Maastricht: What does Tefaf tell us about the market for historic art?

Plus, the Institut du Monde Arabe's major gift and expansion plans and an unflinching self-portrait by a Rococo woman artist

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Does the West really care about human rights and art washing?

As the art world continues to do business in authoritarian regions, some question its claim to being a force for universal good

Is the figuration boom over? Gagosian to launch major show of abstract artists across London galleries this summer

Curator Gary Garrels has been given “carte blanche” to include artists not represented by the gallery

Art marketpreview

Five artists to look out for at London's Collect contemporary craft fair

The annual event showcases makers working in jewellery and ceramics, textiles and glass

Christie's 20th and 21st century evening sales in London represent a 32% decrease from 2022

Two-part sale spanning Impressionism to the ultra-contemporary had few headline lots—but Brexit is not to blame, auction house specialists maintain

Peter Doig leaves international dealer Michael Werner after 23 years

British painter is choosing to work independently to ensure “transparency in all dealings”

Banksynews

Banksy stands up to domestic violence with new Valentine’s Day mural in coastal Kent town

The anonymous street artist has emblazoned a wall in Margate with an image of a woman disposing of her abusive husband

London artists face eviction from studios of ten years

Landlords have given the community of 25 artists and small businesses one week to leave

‘Post-Brexit post-Covid fightback for London’: Masterpiece founders launch new fair in place of cancelled event

The London Summer Art Fair will open in June with around half the dealers of Masterpiece

New accounts reveal Damien Hirst created and sold more than £8m-worth of art to benefit the NHS in 2020

Financial report also shows how the scope of his business changed over the course of the pandemic