Sarah P. Hanson

Artists would do well to invest in their own work, study says

New research suggests that artists may be better off retaining equity in their own work than investing in the stock market

ADAA Art Show moves to February

The fair opens one week before the Armory Show

New art registry will use blockchain technology

Codex has secured participation from more than 5,000 auction house partners

Three to see: New York

From Basquiat's $110m skull in Brooklyn to Viennese luxe in uptown Manhattan

Photographer Larry Fink recalls “magnificent” marchers

Steven Kasher Gallery to host fundraiser pegged to anniversary of Women’s March


New York's Winter Antiques Show returns with a refreshed image

Fair stalwart joins the Instagram generation as it encourages dealers to forge links between past and present for its 64th edition

Author Don Thompson takes issue with 'the last Leonardo' tagline and casts 2018 market predictions

$450m Salvator Mundi sale too late to be included in new book, The Orange Balloon Dog, but would have filled several chapters, economist says

Beyond Leonardo: the artists who led the auctions in 2017

We survey the top five results in key markets, from Old Masters to Post-war and contemporary

The year in the market

Golden oldies and small-space blues


Collector's Eye: Mera Rubell

She tells us about being open to young art and why she has pigeons in her museum

Sex still sells—but scandal-hit artists may not

Galleries forced to decide whether to work with artists accused of sexual harassment


Miami artist’s crowd-control work not for the faint-hearted

Antonia Wright's performative work about societal violence does not pull its punches

Pulse victims remembered at Pulse fair

Phoenix Lindsey-Hall's disco ball installation pays tribute and references queer club culture

Artists get down to work at the fair

Stands are transformed into studios as live works lay bare artists’ practice


Collector's Eye: Steven Guttman

The entrepreneur tell us his preferred way to buy art and which work he would save if his house was on fire

The top ten shows to see in Miami this week

From a look at artist’s studios at the ICA and Dara Friedman’s intimate films at Pamm, to Michele Oka Doner’s underwater explorations at the Lowe

Miami’s satellite fairs take on issues like climate change, pollution and labour

We select some of the most interesting projects to see at events across the city this week

Solid $269.7m at Sotheby's maintains momentum in Impressionist and Modern market

New York sale results boosted by strong Asian and Russian buying, and shored up by guarantees

Christie’s $479.3m Impressionist and Modern sale hits highest total since 2007

Pent-up demand for top material kicks off New York's key auction week, with a $81.3m Van Gogh and records for Léger, Magritte, Man Ray and Vuillard

Optimism abounds heading into November auctions in New York

Discretionary sellers gain confidence in the market and Christie's leads its contemporary sale with Da Vinci—but recent overreaches sound a cautionary note

Cutting-edge design meets antiques at New York’s Salon

The Salon Art + Design fair returns to the Park Avenue Armory for its sixth year this month

Ultra-rich will spend $2.7 trillion on art by 2026 says Deloitte

Art & Finance Report also predicts rising art market volatility and a need for tougher regulation to increase trust

David Tunick elected president of the International Fine Print Dealers Association

The New York dealer pledges to battle the perception of prints as "poor second cousins" to paintings


Galleries hit by cyber crime wave

Hackers are using an email scam to intercept payments between galleries, collectors and others

Tefaf New York Fall's second edition opens with oysters and pearls

The Maastricht-based fair imports dealers in historic objects, from antiquities to jewellery, to an under-served US market

Crozier Fine Arts adds West Coast storage facility

The acquisition of Fine Art Shipping in Los Angeles provides a gateway to California and Asia

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Artsy and the rise of the matchmaker market

In the bricks-versus-clicks shakeout, the new power players in online auctions are harvesting data from both the supply and demand sides


Podcast episode five: what's the story behind the $100m Leonardo?

What will happen when the only painting in private hands by the Renaissance master heads to auction? Plus: the New Museum's big new show on gender, and our literary editor talks 18th-century princesses