Sarah P. Hanson

Christie's to sell Leonardo da Vinci's Salvator Mundi

The painting, presumed lost until 2005, is estimated at $100m

Christie’s ends London contemporary auctions on a high note—despite Bacon flop

Market’s appetite shows no signs of flagging for fresh works that are correctly priced

Strong early sales at Frieze pierce the Brexit gloom

Dealers feel little impact as female artists prove popular and US collectors return

De Chirico enjoys a metaphysical moment in London

Artist’s profile is raised at Frieze Masters and in two exhibitions

Art world raises money for Grenfell

Sotheby's auction will include work donated by leading artists

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Collector's Eye: Anita Zabludowicz

Art lovers tell us what they’ve bought and why

Dreweatts and Bloomsbury get new owner

Art advising and valuations firm Gurr Johns steps in, citing "huge opportunities" in London auction market's lower levels

Art Basel issues new exhibitor regulations

Changes are aimed at improving professionalism and shoring up buyer confidence in the wake of growing litigation

Will If So, What? be Silicon Valley’s first “smart” art fair?

The new event, which comes online April 2018, combines art and decor and takes its cues from design thinking

Hungary enjoys the limelight at Vienna Contemporary

At a fair that is emerging as an important locus for central and eastern Europe, the subtle strategies employed by artists living within the constraints of a communist regime come into focus

Private View: Jordan Casteel, Leon Polk Smith and Jack Whitten

Noteworthy exhibitions at commercial galleries, from emerging names to forgotten talents

Seattle Art Fair solidifies standing in year three

Event adds blue-chip galleries and international flavour to attract national as well as regional collectors

Unseen works by Kurt Cobain to go on show at Seattle Art Fair

United Talent Agency's Artist Space will also exhibit pieces by the late singer's contemporaries

Untitled San Francisco trades venues for second edition

The Miami-originating fair will move to the Palace of Fine Arts in 2018


Lygia Pape's daughter sues LG Electronics over cellphone wallpaper

The complaint alleges that the manufacturer has used an "unauthorised derivation" of Pape's work

New commissions by nine artists for DiCaprio Foundation sale

Annual charity auction will benefit actor's philanthropic activities combating climate change

Report gauges state of art market in post-Brexit UK economy

Cross-border EU trade essential to maintain UK's position as second largest art hub, says British Art Market Federation

Santa Fe shows the contemporary side of folk art

Three-day event brings together artists updating their countries’ native craft traditions


The future is handmade: Santa Fe's International Folk Art Market

This weekend's festival aims to be engine of economic change

Pioneering American artist Daniel LaRue Johnson dies

His work is currently on show in Soul of a Nation at Tate Modern

Tefaf focuses on online market in addendum to annual art market report

Findings detail the supply side of the digital sales equation, point toward hybrid models

Mood at Art Basel is upbeat as VIPs spend

Leading dealers report strong opening sales

Economic blues on back burner as collectors flock to Art Basel

What to expect at the Swiss fair, including new faces and a funfair in the Messeplatz

Bidders move fast for Modern sculptures at Sotheby's New York

Competition for works by Giacometti, Ernst, Moore, and Arp drove a $173.8m Impressionist and Modern sale

The great artists' estates race

Competition is heating up among galleries seeking to sign exclusive representation of late artists, as both heirs and dealers eye the possibilities

Christie's New York evening sale finds success with Brancusi and Picasso

Modern works lead the way, but totals heavily weighted to top end

Deitch to return to West Coast with art hub

Dealer and former MOCA director says he wants to reconnect with audiences in Los Angeles


The artist who wants to get under your skin—via your nose

For Anicka Yi’s Hugo Boss Prize exhibition, the phrase “it’s alive” very much applies

There’s no place like home: Frieze New York gets domestic

“Furniture is the new ceramics” at the fair, where a number of stands offer some personal space