Florida’s mega-rich influx keeps spirits high for Art Basel’s mighty Miami fair
Art Basel Miami Beach shrugs off the digital downturn, its main rival’s US expansion and culture war worries
Art Basel trials online gallery marketplace with a philanthropic edge
Access by Art Basel will launch at next month's Miami Beach fair
A step backwards for women and an ‘increasingly thin’ top end: five key takeaways from the latest Art Basel/UBS collector survey
We speak to the report’s author, Clare McAndrew, about its findings
'More Americans than at Frieze': sophomore edition of Art Basel's Paris+ fair opens to packed aisles and punchy sales
'The city is more open than before—it's bearing fruit': Paris+ by Art Basel director Clément Delépine on the future of art as a lifestyle
The fair's sophomore edition brings together 154 leading galleries at the Grand Palais Éphémère
Art Basel increases security for Paris + fair following state of alert in France
Anti-ram barriers will be placed around the venue following a terrorist incident in France, linked to Israel-Hamas war
Art Basel reaches outside art trade for new chief officers of growth and digital
Hayley Romer and Craig Hepburn will work to bolster the brand's year-round presence and "engage ever broader cultural audiences"
Art Basel names new director for Miami Beach fair
Bridget Finn, a partner at a Detroit-based gallery and co-founder of one of Brooklyn's legendary DIY spaces, will oversee North America's most important art fair
Basel gossip: Marc Spiegler turns bartender, Fondation Beyeler gets the painters in, and visitors mistake activists for artists
Plus: German dealer reveals his naked ambition and Venice Biennale's new curator comes a-scouting
What sold on Art Basel's first VIP day: from a $22.5m Bourgeois spider to a huge $2.5m Richter sculpture
Art Basel prepares for first fair under new team, while Volta Basel searches for a new director
New structure at Art Basel will see separate directors assigned to each show, while Volta Basel is without a leader after Kamiar Maleki’s departure for Photo London
Art Basel appoints Maike Cruse as fair director
The current head of Gallery Weekend Berlin will start in the newly created role in July and oversee the 2024 fair
Art for Tomorrow conference | What can art do for our democratically depleted, digitally distracted societies?
The role of art in a time of crisis was the subject of a three-day discussion between leading cultural figures in Florence last week
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
Hong Kong is back with bang: Art Basel returns and M+ museum makes waves
The 21 galleries making their Art Basel debut this year—and what they're bringing
This is the first edition of the Swiss fair under the leadership of new chief executive Noah Horowitz
The art market in 2022: art fair shake ups, single owner auctions and an NFT winter
Despite headline figures of record sales, is the art world's bull market coming to an end?
The last hurrah? Art world excess at Art Basel Miami Beach
Next year—for the first time—a Miami gallery is going to Art Basel in Switzerland
David Castillo Gallery will become the only local dealer to make the jump to the mothership in its more than 50-year history
Gossip from Miami Art Week: rapper Jadakiss performs in a synagogue and Pace gallery boss Marc Glimcher is the karaoke king
Plus, a pop-up casino in Art Basel Miami Beach, a drone-delivered birthday message, and a Joe/Joan Jonas mix up
'Art Basel has to keep changing': after 20 years, what is next for the fair juggernaut?
Art Week Tokyo’s perfectly orchestrated official launch leads some gallerists to ask—do we really need a fair?
As the city attempts to grow its position as a global art hub, some dealers express a preference for gallery-hopping events
Crisis, what crisis? Global import and export of art set to hit record levels by the end of 2022, according to Art Basel/UBS report
Demand from collectors remains “extremely resilient”—but survey asks how long can the current model be sustained?
Marc Spiegler steps down as Art Basel chief after 15 years—and is replaced by a familiar face
Noah Horowitz, formerly director Americas of the art fair brand, returns as chief executive following a brief stint at Sotheby's
'How dare YOU?': we speak to Just Stop Oil, the eco activists who threw soup over Van Gogh’s Sunflowers
International buyers, from US museums to Korean collectors, boost sales at Paris+ par Art Basel—but big crowds slow down deals
Staff from the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago were in attendance at the fair's inaugural edition
Paris+ par Art Basel's VIP opening: galleries report good sales, the right people and a clear step up from Fiac
Seventeen Gallery—who were presenting a solo show of work by Patrick Goddard at the fair—sold their entire booth to a single US collector by 2pm
Paris+ par Art Basel's director on his long-term vision for the inaugural fair—and how it compares to Fiac
The fair, which opens today, sees 156 galleries gather at the Grand Palais Éphémère
Are art fairs going green at last? We break down how Frieze and Art Basel measure up on sustainability
From recycling carpets to shipping booth walls across oceans, the industry's biggest trade events are striving to clean up their act—but are they doing enough?
Is Art Basel launching a year-round ‘marketplace’ for galleries? A recent spate of job advertisements suggests so
The fair’s parent company MCH Group is developing "new digital formats" to support galleries