European art market
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
Collectors’ initiative for Swiss and French patrons
Members will have opportunities to go on excursions to European art capitals
Belgium’s contemporary art collectors
The contemporary art collectors of Belgium
European collectors dominate, Americans in short supply at Art Basel
Strong buying at this year’s fair, but good works are getting harder to find
Opening report on Art Basel shows a strong start and an increase in jet-set collectors
Western collectors still paying highest prices for top lots of Asian art
While Chinese sustain the middle market for rare but flashy cinnabar, rhinoceros horn and cloisonné
TEFAF: The world’s greatest fair offers yet another feast of art and antiques
Old Masters were booming, but decorative arts were a hard sell
Fair report of Cultura, Basel: Good results for classical antiquities
Paintings and decorative arts prove harder to sell
With Sotheby's and Christie's allowed to hold sales in Paris for the first time, can Paris regain its lost place in the art market?
A new French revolution?
Established fair experiments in Art Cologne's twenty-third year
The European Fine Art Fair Basel: International dealers, local audience
Asian art and antiquities are strongly represented
As more private libraries are put on the block, the question arises —are we running out of old libraries?
Some of Europe’s oldest collections have recently been broken up: are there many left, and who is buying the books?
Sotheby’s President Michael Ainslie discusses the 1991 figures
Decorative arts no longer the Cinderella