Masterpiece grows in London, but new international fair locations not confirmed
New stakeholder MCH Group brings capital and contacts to an event shaking off its try-hard image
Art Basel tests Turner Prize’s sway with foreign buyers
Is the UK’s premier award a big draw for international collectors?
Marshall arts: how collectors fell for Kerry James
Artist lands two big sales at Art Basel after record-breaking auction result
In pictures: Disco balls and whale watching at Design Miami/Basel
This is what caught our eye
Plastic fantastic at Art Basel
From Gursky to Barney, our pick of five plastic-related works at the fair
A word with Marc Spiegler
Art Basel’s global director on collector behaviour, auction price databases and the complexity of the art market
Gender politics to the fore at Basel satellite fairs Liste and Volta
“The personal is political—this is a clear and present undercurrent,” says Volta artistic director Amanda Coulson
Iran’s art market defies expectations in face of US sanctions with new fair
In a first for Iran, the Teer Art fair is set to open amid a growing but fragile market environment
Frieze Spotlight: step back into the 1960s
Five works by unsung 20th-century artists
And the Frieze New York stand prizes go to… Nuno Centeno and Jhaveri Contemporary
The jury applauded the Indian, Portuguese and Canadian galleries for presentations that were "bold" and showed "the spirit of risk"
Frieze New York pays tribute to the School of Hudson
The maverick art dealer helped to shape New York’s contemporary art scene by finding and supporting some of today's biggest artists
Is Tefaf New York Spring favouring mega-galleries over Maastricht regulars?
Fair’s second edition attracts new high profile exhibitors, but some dealers complain that US expansion has prompted a departure from Dutch fair's historical roots
Date clash for Art Cologne and Art Brussels fairs
First-time exhibitors give Art Cologne a boost
Art Brussels turns 50 and becomes second oldest contemporary fair in Europe
What's the key to its success?
Tackling Tefaf’s gender imbalance is vital to move with the times
Women remain poorly represented in Tefaf's upper rank
Photo Macau stages 'teaser' show ahead of first full fair
The original project was cancelled in December for quality control
How big is the Picasso 'brand' in China?
Sotheby’s tests the waters with first oil painting at auction in Hong Kong
Art Dubai to show international artists' vision of the UAE
New residencies initiative aims to promote Gulf state's creative scene, while African galleries are on the rise at fair
Lessons in collecting from the court of Charles I
He relied on advisers such as Van Dyck to guide his acquisitions. How different is the art of connoisseurship today?
The Tefaf Maastricht wish list: objects to suit every collector’s taste
Abraaj Group's partnership with Art Dubai to continue, despite reorganisation
Founder Arif Naqvi's departure from the private equity firm's asset management business in February followed claims the company had misused investor funds
Can Marrakech's 1-54 art fair step into the breach of city's cancelled biennial?
New fair brings contemporary African art home, but jury is out as to whether a commercial event can replace a public exhibition
Princess Nokia performs in Brooklyn for first US edition of London’s Moniker fair
Frieze Los Angeles will launch next February
Annual contemporary art fair to open at the Paramount Pictures Studios on Valentine's Day
Is Frieze Los Angeles bound?
Rumour mill goes into overdrive as reports circulate of new event in January 2019 as fair's directors discuss options with West Coast dealers
Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair perks up, but is it enough?
The city could use a circuit-making commercial event, but a lack of momentum is holding it back
Brafa projects a quiet confidence
Fair known for its eclectic mix keeps both dealers and collectors coming back
Brafa beefs up its contemporary art offering
Long-established Brussels fair bolsters more patchy modern works on show to complement strength in haute époque, ethnographic and ancient art
Object Lessons: our pick of New York's Winter Antiques Show
Alaskan seal mask, Japanese Buddhist deity and an 18th century Chinoiserie screen on show at event's 64th edition