The end of 'isms': is the art market the most powerful movement of the 21st century?
The inexorable rise of the art market this century has put paid to art movements
Wiels Contemporary Art Centre as the Absent Museum: old and new works come together in centre's 10th anniversary exhibition
In the heart of Europe, a new show reflects a diverse and globalised world
Nicholas Serota discusses an international outlook and Tate’s new worldwide web
Developing a global reach is just as important for major cultural institutions as it is for big businesses
“LA is tricky, slippery, invisible”: Interview with dealer Shaun Caley Regen
…but that didn’t stop the contemporary dealer opening Regen Projects’ biggest ever space with a first-class show last month
A generation of dealers is going global by opening additional spaces worldwide
Is this new international gallery explosion a good move?
Famine or feast in the Dutch and Flemish Old Masters trade
As the supply of works by the big names dwindles demand is growing for pictures by lesser known artists