Art trade

Baselitz puts German culture minister in the firing line

Art trade up in arms over implications of draft bill that aims to protect the import and export of cultural property

There is no single, global art market

New book explores some of the myths of the international trade

Two thirds of galleries at Art Basel are from just four countries

Academic says globalisation has 'hardly had an impact' on the fair


Top French design dealer to open London space

Patrick Seguin is showing a recreation of a Jean Prouvé house at Design Miami/Basel

German dealer looks to the next generation

Bernheimer Contemporary is launching an exhibition space opposite Museum Island in Berlin

On Avenue Matignon, art is no longer in vogue

Luxury boutiques are chasing out the galleries from their Paris addresses

Lower East Side gallery Lu Magnus to close bricks and mortar space

Founder Lauren Scott Miller plans to “go mobile” with her creative programming


Change in governance at Luxembourg Freeport after Swiss investor’s arrest

Yves Bouvier is reportedly to be replaced by a group of independent directors

Five galleries to close in Singapore's Gillman Barracks

<span style="color: #222222; background-color: #ffffff;">Low footfall and lack of infrastructure blamed for departures in May <br> </span>

Art tradearchive

Excavations and trade are essential to the study of antiquities

An international symposium hosted by the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) comes together to discuss the art trade and cultural heritage preservation.