Art dealers

Western dealers push for trade sanctions against Iran to be repealed

Galleries and artists see improvement after temporary relaxations were implemented to discourage nuclear proliferation

All aboard: from the Biennale to Basel

Artists weigh in on exhibiting at both events in quick succession

Art Baselarchive

Art Basel, the final stop that brings art fair marathon to a close

The fair is one of the final Modern and contemporary events this summer

Air of malaise at Paris fairs

A scheduling clash and an unfriendly tax environment slowed business at most fairs

Collectorsarchive

Californian collectors hit by tax rise

The rates for use tax and sales tax has increased to 7.5%

Art marketarchive

Tribal art attracts Modern collectors

A new breed of buyer is crossing over from modern and contemporary art and acquiring the top pieces in every field

Interviewarchive

“LA is tricky, slippery, invisible”: Interview with dealer Shaun Caley Regen

…but that didn’t stop the contemporary dealer opening Regen Projects’ biggest ever space with a first-class show last month

Obituariesarchive

Obituary for Carla Panicali

Art dealer who forged a successful business in Italy and New York from the 1950s.

Specially commissioned chess sets a testament to collectors' faith in Design Miami/Basel

They contributed to more than 100 lights and classic pieces occupying the booths

Art fairsarchive

The final leg of the summer fair marathon

Is there enough time, energy and art for three major events—Frieze New York, ArtHK and Art Basel—in six weeks?

Art Baselarchive

Collectors continue to expect—and find—the best at the 43rd edition of Art Basel

Dealers upbeat as first waves of visitors to the fair put any economic worries aside

Interviewarchive

Interview with dealer Sean Kelly: Marina Abramovic, art fairs, and expanding off the beaten path

The British-born dealer may be a reluctant power-player, but his new, larger space reflects his place in the pecking order

Lawsuitsarchive

Dealer Gary Tatintsian takes Lew Nussberg to court over fake Malevich drawings after scientific analysis

The case has proved to be colourful, with Tatintsian counter suing Nussberg for at least $62m

Interviewarchive

Interview with dealer Santo Micali on finding new markets for pre-Columbian art

Argentina, Mexico and Brazil could be the future for a field struggling with limited supply

March 2012archive

Arrest in latest Prouvé fakes case

Three dealers say initial complaints were dismissed by Artcurial specialists

Dealer uses intimidation tactics at Parisian Giacometti foundation in mission to recover forged lamps

Policy decrees that works determined to be fake must be handed over to the authorities so that they cannot re-enter the market

Interviewarchive

Interview with collector Marc Straus on transitioning to dealing: “The gallery business is a terrible concept”

Despite reservations, the former oncologist and “fierce” collector has become a dealer in contemporary art

Art marketarchive

Are fairs big enough for both galleries and auction houses?

Some galleries feel the major auction houses are encroaching on their rightful territory

Who will follow baby boomers into the art market?

Demographic change is probably the most important factor in shaping the market's future, wrote this expert in 2011

Art marketarchive

Caution is the word for collectors and dealers at this year's Pavilion of Art and Design London

Though sales have been fairly solid at the fair, few very high priced pieces have been shown due to anxiety around the stock market crisis

Art Baselarchive

Dealers have nothing to fear as crisis fails to impede sales at Art Basel 2011

The most expensive pieces may have been slow to sell, but otherwise it was as if the downturn never happened