Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend
David Zwirner appoints curator-cum-Instagram-influencer as its first online sales director—why?
Elena Soboleva to head up the virtual gallery and expand its collector base as galleries embrace selling art digitally as an 'evolution of the walk-in business'
Jeff Koons and Larry Gagosian file motion to dismiss collector’s 'impatient' demands for work he did not receive
Steven Tananbaum sued the artist and gallery in April for failing to deliver works he bought in 2014
Three to see: London
A great send-off: Howard Hodgkin's extraordinary final paintings go on show at Gagosian
Late artist completed six paintings in five weeks, all of which are included in London gallery exhibition
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
Why the process of painting never ends
The US artist Brice Marden takes a new tack in his latest works, on show at Gagosian in London
Trust no one: victory for Gagosian in two-year case
Court concludes that dealers’ statements of value are legally meaningless
Gagosian and Perelman urged to settle dispute
Many famous figures of the art world are caught up in the drama
Serra exercises no-ties deal for Zwirner show
Richard Serra's new sculpture exhibition bypasses Gagosian
Mugrabis dragged into Gagosian legal case
Ongoing lawsuit between the financier Ronald Perelman and the dealer Larry Gagosian
Global mega-galleries are putting the squeeze on smaller operators
The empire builders are changing the rules
Koons’s new deal with David Zwirner gallery
An exhibition of his work will be held next May - but what of Gagosian?
Grow, grow, Gagosian: Gallery expands to Brazil
Jenny Saville's beefy bodies go on show in Oxford
This is the first solo show of the British artist in a UK public gallery
Western perspectives on Hong Kong’s gallery scene: Interview with Graham Steele and Robin Peckham
White Cube’s Graham Steele and the US curator Robin Peckham discuss their new spaces in the Central district
How are start-up commercial galleries faring in the age of the mega-gallery?
The Lower East Side houses New York’s more avant-garde spaces, but can it compete with Gagosian et al?
Urs Fischer, the reluctant interviewee
On the eve of his Palazzo Grassi retrospective, the artist talks about how journalists have misinterpreted his work
A generation of dealers is going global by opening additional spaces worldwide
Is this new international gallery explosion a good move?
Gagosian plans Hirst catalogue and major multi-venue exhibition as spots take over the world
Just how many spots has Hirst painted in the past 25 years?
Collector Robert Wylde sues Gagosian
Further legal woes for the the gallery
VIP online art fair overwhelmed by early technical setbacks
Gagosian hits the ground running in Hong Kong with Damien Hirst exhibition
Many of Hirst's most iconic works will be in attendance
Interview with Christophe Van de Weghe
“At Gagosian, it was understood, ‘Sit there and make money’”
Ten years after the hysteria of dotcom boom and bust, the web is finally finding its place in the art market
Leaving the house has never seemed more unnecessary
Subpoenas for Warhol Authentication Board trial
Gagosian among four called to court
Gagosian empire expands to China
Hong Kong will soon be home to a branch of the super-gallery
Dealers look to LA future as blue-chip galleries move west
Galleries such as Gagosian and Matthew Marks see opportunities, despite small collector base