Melanie Gerlis

Melanie Gerlis is the art market editor-at-large at The Art Newspaper and author of Art as an Investment

Magnus app founder hits back at critics

Move towards "greater and greater" transparency cannot be stopped, he says

Brexit: what it could mean for the arts

Leading figures speak out about concerns for the future after UK votes to leave European Union<br>

The market looks vulnerable as the summer break begins

As a busy, but thinner, season draws to a close in the wake of Brexit, uncertainty is the order of the day

Brexit vote triggers shock and dismay

Fears for London art market amid political and economic uncertainty after UK votes to leave EU

Thaddaeus Ropac defies Brexit and commits to London

Confirmation of the Ely House gallery gives UK market a needed boost

How to keep an artist’s name alive

Galleries at Art Basel bring historic works that are fresh to the market as artists’ estates get proactive


Confidence in market rises against the odds

ArtTactic's latest survey shows art market experts are more confident than they were at the beginning of the year


Private museums that put the public first

From Basel's finest to the Broad, the institutions that set an example


Collectors take a long hard look at themselves at Art Basel

Artists hold up a mirror to everyone who makes the art world go round

Economics and politics made Tate Modern happen

Deregulation in London’s financial markets, and new money looking for a home, helped to make contemporary art a much-prized commodity

Economist Clare McAndrew lured away from Dutch fair Tefaf to crunch numbers for Art Basel

Her annual global market report, now sponsored by the Swiss fair and UBS, will be published to coincide with next year’s Hong Kong edition


Weak market should bring out the best, says Art Basel director

This year’s fair will reflect the art world’s growing appreciation of photography

London’s Fine Art Society turns 140

Specialists put the past behind them for celebratory exhibition

Phillips ups thresholds for buyer’s premium

Increase puts auction house’s fees in line with Sotheby’s; Christie’s a relative bargain

Ai Wewei heads to the USA

The artist will make his first trip back to the US since getting his passport back from Chinese authorities

Damien Hirst and Larry Gagosian reunite at Frieze New York

Gallery is re-representing the artist and is staging a solo show at the fair

Real estate mogul Aby Rosen reaches $7m tax settlement

Dispute centred on differing regimes for collecting and dealing in works of art

Frieze New York opens to VIPs with a splash of Hollywood gold-dust

Fair's deal with entertainment mega-agent could secure its future—but some still need convincing