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‘Competition replaced by culture of generosity’? Condo London makes post-pandemic return

This month, 50 international galleries are taking part in the gallery sharing model across the UK capital

Hunter Biden’s art dealer questioned by House Oversight Committee

Republicans on the House Oversight Committee questioned New York art dealer Georges Bergès this week about representing US President Joe Biden’s son

Relocation, relocation, relocation: London galleries adapt to market turmoil by expanding

Castor and Niru Ratnam are moving to bigger spaces while Emalin is opening a second gallery

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Mumbai Gallery Weekend opens to a city primed for market ascendancy

The event’s largest edition welcomes new participants and marks a moment of consolidation for the financial capital’s established dealers

Jack Shainman goes big to start next chapter

Major expansion in historic Tribeca building inaugurates 40th year of gallerist’s career

Eminent New Delhi gallery Nature Morte to open outpost in Mumbai

A solo show by Subodh Gupta will inaugurate the space, located in the gallery hub district of Colaba, this month

Collector couple opt to sell $43m Picasso trove via London gallery

The works, owned by Pieter and Olga Dreesmann, would usually be consigned to an auction house but instead will be sold by Ward Moretti

There is no end to the museum exodus

Higher salaries are a major reason why mid-level museum workers are leaving for commercial gallery jobs, but instability caused by the Covid pandemic is also a factor

First gallery show dedicated to Ghanaian photography pioneer will display previously unseen works capturing life under colonial rule

The photos are part of a 50,000-strong archive being preserved by the artist J.K. Bruce-Vanderpuije's granddaughter

Dealer Johann König opens second Berlin gallery in former telegraph office

This is the first König space to launch since a number of artists left the gallery's roster last year

'We want to excite people': Rugby star Maro Itoje and London dealer Khalil Akar on their new African art gallery

The gallerists aim to break down the white cube model and make the art world more accessible through their new roving venture

Why are ever more artists ditching dealers?

From the emerging to the blue-chip, artists are trading gallery representation for agents or outright autonomy

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How Gagosian's east London Christo show proved the power of the pop-up exhibition

Who says something eye-catching and short-term can’t also be serious?

Frank Stella's first ever Black Painting could smash record at Art Basel in Miami Beach

The work, "Delta" (1958), is coming to the market for the first time in years, with an asking price of $45m

Nada Miami's early launch brings boost to fair and exhibitors

The fair’s VIP preview, now the first of Miami Art Week, drove notable results for exhibitors

VIPs keep market afloat at Art Basel in Miami Beach

As Art Basel in Miami Beach opened, sales were swift, though not often at sky-high prices of past years

Rio’s pioneering artist-run gallery celebrates an unexpected milestone

A Gentil Carioca’s 20th anniversary affirms it as a rare example of long-term commercial success

‘In Miami, we are quite unique’: Ukrainian gallerists on their new Miami space

Allapattah outpost of Kyiv's Voloshyn Gallery aims to create dialogue between Eastern European, US and Latin American artists

Thinking outside the white cube: how Miami's galleries make money the rest of the year

While the local art scene has thrived since the arrival of Art Basel, doing business beyond the city is increasingly important

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How an Oscar statuette row highlights issues around resale rights in the US

A Californian ruling blocking the resale of an Academy Award may bring clarity over transfer of ownership of living artists’ work

Estate of Lygia Pape, legend of Brazil’s Neo-Concrete movement, now represented by White Cube

The gallery is showing four works by the late artist on its stand at Art Basel in Miami Beach

Emalin gallery doubles down on east London, opening second Shoreditch location

The new space will be located in an 18th-century building that is among the neighbourhood’s oldest

White Cube will represent Lynne Drexler's archive outside the US

The market for the American painter exploded last year, more than two decades after her death

Cheim & Read, mainstay of the New York gallery scene, will close permanently next month

The gallery’s co-founder, John Cheim, recently unloaded treasures from his personal collection at auction

Hammer-wielding thieves steal $100,000 Chagall print from Manhattan gallery

The theft from Carlton Fine Arts on Madison Avenue has led the gallery’s owner to beef up his security systems, at great expense

Against the odds, mid-sized galleries expand into New York

Dealers Anat Ebgi and Candice Madey are growing even when many observers expect galleries in their tiers to stay cautious

California police officer took bribes from Colombian art dealer for years in exchange for immigration help

A former police officer in California has pleaded guilty to accepting bribes over the course of seven years from an unnamed Colombian gallerist

All aboard! Art Week Tokyo opens up the sprawling city's art scene

Returning for its third edition, the annual event offers a special bus service to help visitors see everything that is on offer—from museum and gallery shows, to a pop-up bar and restaurant

In partnership withArt Week Tokyo