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Almine Rech revisits pioneering 1933 show of African and Modern art

Dealer teams up with tribal art expert Bernard De Grunne and anthropologist Carlo Severi to stage a revival with contemporary art

Galleries showing historic feminist and politically minded artists win Frieze stand prizes

Simone Subal has a solo show dedicated to the Austrian-born Kiki Kogelnik while PPOW is presenting artists from the 1980s downtown New York scene


Frieze New York gets reframed for the post-truth era

Galleries will use fair as a platform for protest and cross-cultural dialogue

What does Trump's plan to abolish estate tax mean for collectors?

The plan could be a mixed bag for both wealthy market players and cultural charities

Collectors reserve space as New York’s first art freeport prepares for summer launch

New facility offers museum-quality environment and cutting-edge security

Aipad Photography Show clicks with new venue

A talks programme and more exhibitors this year as fair moves from Park Avenue Armory to Pier 94

Christie’s cancels June contemporary art auctions

Sotheby’s says it has no plans to reschedule, while Phillips has not yet reached a decision


Tefaf New York, take two

A sneak peek at the Spring edition, opening in May, which focuses on Modern and contemporary art

Behind closed doors, private sales prosper

In an uncertain market, auction houses seek ways to make up the slack

Young Seattle gallery wins first $10,000 Presents prize at The Armory Show

Mariane Ibrahim Gallery has a solo display of multimedia works by the German-Ghanaian artist Zohra Opoku


Moving Image fair embraces virtual reality

The fair’s co-founder explains why now is the time to look at works that use the nascent technology

Spring awakening? A shake-up for New York’s fairs

The city’s prime time for contemporary art gets a new programme, with an emphasis on discovery and depth

Asian buyers helped bolster Sotheby’s revenue in 2016, auction house reveals

Tad Smith gives credit to the Eastern market during fourth quarter earnings call, as well as growing online sales and aggressive recruitment

Argentina stakes its claim on the international art scene

As interest grows in the country’s overlooked artists, its galleries test the water at Madrid's Arco fair

Andrea Rosen to close gallery spaces in New York

The art dealer says she will continue to operate “selective activities” and share representation of the Felix Gonzales-Torres Foundation with David Zwirner Gallery


“Experimentation and bold moves”: Ben Genocchio tells us what to expect from the Armory Show

The fair’s new director hopes to beat significant competition with big plans for the first edition fully under his control

TEFAF New York’s spring edition looks to offer solid bets in an uncertain world

With a focus on Modern masters, contemporary art and design, the fair seems poised to compete with the city’s May auctions

Old Masters collectors chase new discoveries at New York sales

Competition is stiff for confirmed works, but buyers also gave a nod to quality

When the stars align: Miró and Calder to shine in joint New York shows

Pace and Acquavella galleries team up next April to present “constellation” works by the two artists

How Big Data is set to change the art market

Sophisticated data tools aim to improve knowledge and boost confidence

Christie’s chairman Brett Gorvy leaves auction house to join forces with New York dealer Dominique Lévy

The head of postwar and contemporary art has presided over the category’s explosive growth

How Anselm Kiefer used Nazi horrors to confront the origins of the Third Reich

Fort Lauderdale survey features around 50 works by German artist, spanning more than four decades


Whitney Biennial-bound artists take a bow in Miami

Dealers test whether the New York museum's approval translates to commercial success


Art Basel price points: works for every budget

From $8,000 repurposed portraits to €15m giant textiles, the Miami fair has something to suit everyone's taste


Argentina’s art scene comes to the fore in Miami

Conditions are ripe for the country’s rich but isolated cultural landscape to have its moment in the sun

Top 10 shows during Art Basel in Miami Beach

Our pick of what to see at museums and private collections, including Bayrle, Kounnelis, a Kiefer double bill