Against all odds, Hong Kong’s gallery scene is on the up
Amid a crackdown on dissent, and the havoc wreaked by the pandemic, Hong Kong’s galleries have not just survived but thrived, with several new openings
Art Basel/UBS report: Global art market bounces back to above pre-pandemic levels—but recovery is uneven
Asian spending continues to grow, particularly at auction, while the UK’s market share shrinks to historic lows as Brexit woes linger
Art Basel reveals directors and name for new Paris fair in October
Paris+, by Art Basel is due to run until at least 2028
What does the Art Basel and Frieze art fair duopoly mean for the market?
After Fiac is muscled out of Paris, just two big players are left in the Modern and contemporary events market
Art Basel relaxes participation requirements, announces gallery line-up for 2022 Basel edition
Of the 289 galleries participating in the June event, 19 are first timers
Art Basel in Paris: an earthquake in the fair landscape
Fiac's eviction from the Grand Palais came as a shock to the French gallery scene—what was behind the move?
Art Cologne director takes to Instagram to criticise rival Art Basel’s ‘colonialism’
Daniel Hug posted that the Swiss company "is only interested in making money and keeping Art Basel the number one fair worldwide"
War of the fairs: Art Basel owner kicks Fiac out of Grand Palais in Paris
The French cultural body RMN put Fiac's October slot up for tender last year—now the Swiss firm MCH will launch a contemporary art fair, paying €10.6m for a seven-year contract
Art Basel Hong Kong hedges bets for March fair with Covid-contingency plan in May
Well over half the galleries participating in the fair are opting for satellite booths as travel restrictions continue to disrupt large-scale events
Art fairs: how did they begin and where are they going?
‘A reflection of the spirit of collegiality’: Nearly two-thirds of dealers opt out of Art Basel’s $1.6m solidarity fund
Those who participated benefited from a 35% reduction in booth fees during what Art Basel global director Marc Spiegler describes as a “rough year”
Fairs get an A-plus for enthusiasm while auction houses receive a B for initiative (but a D for digital art): an art market half-term report
The commercial art world came back with a vengeance in September, but issues around sustainability and volatile prices still abound
Art Basel's parent company MCH Group warns of possible data breach after criminal cyber attack
Fair organiser is working with police and Swiss cyber security authorities to identify perpetrators of malware attack on 20 October
'We approach it like dating—try it for one year first, and see': Art Basel partners with S.E.A. Focus fair in Singapore, but insists it is committed to Hong Kong
The fair company has already collaborated with Art Week Tokyo next week, and says its role is to help and "hold their hands"
It’s a wrap: Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s final fabric project unveiled in Paris
Art Basel 2021: it’s good to be back—but things are going to change, dealers say
From a near collision with a tram to the week's hottest parties: what went down at Art Basel 2021
'The Europeans are back and buying': sales flow steadily at first Art Basel since the pandemic
Unlimited—Art Basel’s section for large works—opens to visitors with a rainbow jacuzzi, a spooning couple and a house made of bread
Curator Giovanni Carmine walks through highlights among the 62 supersized installations presented at the fair
Is Art Basel eyeing up a new fair location?
Art Basel has lent expertise to Art Week Tokyo, but does this indicate further involvement?
From a cashmere coated console to a leafy Lalanne chair: Design Miami/Basel director chooses her highlights
The fair may be smaller than usual this year but Jennifer Roberts says she has never known the collectible design market to be in such rude health
Must-see institutional shows during Art Basel
Real-life Art Basel prepares to return—and steps down from its ivory tower
Arranging the event amid a shifting pandemic has been fraught with risk—but it is a risk worth taking, says global director Marc Spiegler
Art Basel promises to pay quarantine hotel bills and launches $1.6m 'solidarity fund' for galleries who fail to make sales
As exhibitors threaten to pull out of the fair in the face of travel uncertainty, another letter offering "extraordinary" one-off concessions to dealers is sent
Art Basel writes letter of reassurance as galleries suggest fair should be cancelled
Fair says it is committed to going ahead but offers concessions to exhibitors, including rolling over booth fees to 2022 if they cannot enter the country and offering staff to man stands
Art Basel gets complicated: Swiss authorities will not accept Astra Zeneca vaccine while US issues ‘do not travel’ advisory
Non-EU visitors will have to apply for Swiss Covid-19 certificate before attending and, with certain vaccines not recognised, some will have to take tests onsite
Noah Horowitz joins Sotheby's after stepping down as Art Basel’s director of Americas
Horowitz's new position will see him increasing Sotheby's collaboration with galleries and art dealers
Here is a glimpse of what you can expect at Art Basel's return event in Switzerland next month
Visitor capacity is capped at 20%, but organisers are bringing back both Unlimited for large-scale works and the public art trail Parcours
Why the art market must stop trying to predict the unpredictable and enjoy a well deserved #hotgirlsummer
Life is still uncertain but we know the industry can keep functioning against all odds through the pandemic, so enjoy the sun and save the questions for the autumn
Almost all galleries are back for Art Basel’s 2021 edition as Switzerland eases travel restrictions (for now)
Basel edition will continue hybrid model and satellite booths introduced in Hong Kong