'The tank is empty': Brexit, inflation and a downturn in sales force FOLD gallery in London to close
Running costs for the 15-year-old gallery have become "more and more difficult to manage over the past 18 months", owner says
Sotheby’s UK profits dropped by almost a quarter last year amid 'Brexit red tape'
An auction house spokesperson says Companies House figures do not represent full scope of business
Treasure House Fair—successor to Masterpiece London—opens with half the exhibitors but an optimistic outlook
Event's organisers say they are pursuing options with UK government to "work around" Brexit
Can Northern Ireland’s museums help to keep peace?
On the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, institutions across the UK are exploring the lasting legacy of the Troubles—and asking if Brexit has threatened the fragile accord
From the ashes of Masterpiece London comes Treasure House Fair—who's taking part?
More than 40 galleries have thrown their weight behind the new venture, but only a handful of overseas dealers will participate
Art world insiders on Brexit, three years on
Vitriolic, resigned, hopeful: Brexit has undoubtedly caused upset and inconvenience to the UK art world, but opinions are divided on the industry’s prospects in the longer term
‘Post-Brexit post-Covid fightback for London’: Masterpiece founders launch new fair in place of cancelled event
The London Summer Art Fair will open in June with around half the dealers of Masterpiece
Plunging arts exports, cancelled fairs and increased regulation: how Brexit is endangering the UK art market three years on
On the anniversary of the UK's departure from the European Union, dealers and politicians warn Britain is slipping behind its competitors as a cultural leader
Swiss dealers and collectors make their mark at artgenève—with optimistic advice for Brexit Britain
Local galleries at the Geneva fair welcome strong showing from Swiss-French and German buyers
Another London fair cancelled: Art & Antiques Fair Olympia pulls summer event over ‘escalating costs’ and ‘lack of dealer commitment’
With Masterpiece also out of the picture, the UK capital's fair landscape looks very different this year
Value for money? UK’s ‘Brexit’ festival organisers justify £120m cost of public funds with audience of 18 million
The National Audit Office will release detailed data on the eight-month "Unboxed" event next week
'Will the new UK government support the art market?'
The UK’s new culture secretary—the seventh in six years—has a lot on her plate, so whether the art market gets much of her attention remains to be seen
Central London's calling: smaller galleries bank on bigger spaces despite economic uncertainty
In the post-Brexit, post-pandemic era, dealers are moving into new and more central venues in London
For US collectors buying in London, the dollar’s strength may be their only advantage
While the relative weakness of the pound this season has given Americans at Frieze more buying power, many other factors may prevent them from making major purchases
Frieze announces galleries for London fair in October and doubles down on city's 'global reach' post-Brexit
Amid rising interest rates and continued supply chain havoc, the UK's premier contemporary art fair resolves to celebrate the capital's position as an "international centre"
British sculptor Antony Gormley acquires German passport to battle ‘Brexit disaster’
Angel of the North artist now holds dual nationality and is ‘keen to retain links with Europe’
UK art market: too little, too late?
‘Brexit ruined my business almost overnight’: UK dealer says his income has plummeted by 60% since Britain left the EU
Almost all of Steve Shovlar’s clients are based in Europe—but added taxes and red tape are putting them off
Scathing UK parliament report deems £120m post-Brexit culture festival Unboxed an 'irresponsible use of public money'
But UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport defends the nationwide initiative, saying that it will help create jobs
UK's £120m post-Brexit culture festival launches at last, lighting up Scotland cathedral
Government-funded initiative Unboxed costs £120m and will include an oil rig installation from the North Sea
As details of the £120m 'Brexit Festival' emerge, will it inspire the UK, or be the Johnson government‘s Millennium Dome?
Unboxed promises plenty of "immersion". But in what, exactly?
Northern Ireland's art market mired in post-Brexit confusion
Experts fear country could become "gateway to Europe for illicit cultural property", while new asset seizure powers—which include art—are being introduced to help criminal investigations into unexplained wealth
Covid and Brexit issues delay monumental sculpture arriving at Frieze
Shortage of materials and transport problems mean Daniel Arsham's public work has only just arrived in London
Brexit blues: Frieze dealers despair as customs and transport issues delay art shipments
Some European gallerists say they may not participate in future London fairs because of how "extremely complicated" it has become
'The art in Spain stays mainly off the plane': grim Brexit news from the art buying frontline
I've learned the new political lessons about art shipping the hard way—so you don't have to
V&A's groundbreaking British design exhibition 75 years on—what can a post-pandemic UK learn from this historic show?
A prioritisation of design and a harnessing of public spirit are vital in the face of challenges posed by Brexit and Covid-19
Boo to NFTs! Hang on, think of no customs fees
As Brexit makes buying anything from Europe almost impossible, purchasing questionable digital art is almost tempting
Plans to build new Museum of Brexit move ahead with plea for funds and objects
Institution initially called the Museum of Sovereignty will present a balanced picture of the divisive EU debate, say founders
Controversial 'festival of Brexit' moves a step closer with selection of ten winning teams for 2022 event
Turner prizewinning collective Assemble will lead a project at the £120m creativity showcase
Huge fee hikes for EU students who want to study art in the UK come into force from September
Visa issues and increased red tape could also deter European Union applicants, warn university leaders