Commercial galleries

Common ground: how galleries are sharing the load to stay afloat

At time of rising overheads, smaller dealers are finding it makes sense to share gallery spaces and fair stands

Marian Goodman Gallery sets opening date and programme for new Tribeca flagship

The 30,000 sq. ft space will debut on 26 October with a group show featuring works by nearly 50 artists

Vitrine gallery closes after 14 years, citing economic pressures and political climate

The gallery has spaces in London and Basel and represents artists including Charlie Godet Thomas and Nicole Bachmann

Under a new director, Art Basel Miami Beach rolls out smaller stands to attract emerging galleries

The Florida fair's 2024 edition, its first led by Bridget Finn, will feature 283 galleries and an increased Latin American presence

San Francisco dealer Rebecca Camacho expands downtown footprint

Camacho says her new space in Jackson Square is further proof that art “plants the seeds for regrowth” in San Francisco’s core

Megan Mulrooney, a former director at Nino Mier, will open her own gallery in his old Los Angeles space

A native of Los Angeles, Mulrooney aims to highlight emerging and mid-career artists at her eponymous gallery

Art is on the curriculum at The Campus, a former school in upstate New York transformed by six galleries

From former classrooms, locker rooms, labs, a gymnasium and an overgrown football field, art is present in nearly every space

Austin gallerists boosting local art scene with joint collectors’ circle

Austin gallerists boosting local art scene with joint collectors’ circle

Mitchell-Innes & Nash will close Chelsea gallery and shift business model

The longtime New York dealers will transition to a “project-based advisory” programme

Leading New York gallerist Barbara Gladstone has died, aged 89

The dealer, who died in Paris “after a brief illness”, represented many of the most ambitious contemporary artists of the past half-century

Gagosian’s chief operating officer Andrew Fabricant leaves gallery

Fabricant’s wife Laura Paulson, a former Christie's rainmaker who helped launch Gagosian Art Advisory, has also left

Carpenters Workshop Gallery denies allegations of sexual and financial impropriety

The gallery is "saddened" by accusations made by former employees and artists reported by the newsletter Air Mail

Artist who created Queen Elizabeth II portrait on Canadian coins sues dealer over stolen and damaged works

Susanna Blunt alleges the dealer Benjamin Lumb promised to compensate her for a stolen piece and knocked over several works in a “domino effect”

Big ticket sales at Art Basel mask a nuanced market moment

Insiders say that today’s market is “hard to describe, very hard to decipher”

Tepid sales at Liste underscore a soft market for smaller galleries

Dealers at Basel's emerging art fair voice concerns about slow start

Art Basel shrugs off ‘doom-porn’ talk with blockbuster first day of sales

VIPs prove that they came to town to buy, not just to “eat the sausage in the courtyard”

EU tax breaks could benefit dealers at Basel

New directive aimed at aligning VAT rates, due to come into force at the beginning of 2025, could have a big impact on galleries in countries including France and Germany

After the Christie’s cyberattack, who could be next?

A hack that caused huge disruption to the auction house is a wake-up call to galleries and art advisories of all sizes

Hauser & Wirth opens its Basel gallery with Hammershøi show

Mega-gallery has opened its 18th location just in time for the 2024 edition of Art Basel

Manhattan dealers feud over client contacts

The founder of Tribeca’s 1969 Gallery claims a former employee has been contacting the gallery’s clients for his own business

Young London commercial gallery swaps spaces with Newcastle non-profit for one month

Pipeline and Slugtown will show each others’ artists this summer in the hopes of promoting "cross-regional artistic collaborations" in England

Getty Research Institute acquires photography dealer Peter MacGill's archive

The extensive archive, which includes client correspondence and daily records, will be catalogued over the course of the next few years

Harmony Korine: 'If life is a movie, every blink could be an edit'

As his paintings go on show at Hauser & Wirth in London, the film-maker, writer and artist tells us about his latest genre-bending output and his biggest influences

Beyond war: photographer captures everyday Palestinian life

Adam Rouhana wants to challenge stereotypical perceptions of the war-torn country in two London shows

London Gallery Weekend 2024: the best shows for photography fans

Through sculpture, algorithms and alternative gazes, the medium is reimagined at this year's edition of the city-wide event

London Gallery Weekend 2024: our critics pick their top shows

As 130 galleries take part in this year's fourth edition of the event, Ben Luke and Louisa Buck roundup some of their exhibition highlights, from John Baldessari to Michaël Borremans, Nan Goldin to BLCKGEEZER

Galleries ousted from Shanghai’s West Bund area as property values in former industrial area boom

Big cultural venues will remain in riverside district, but group of buildings housing commercial galleries slated for demolition