Off-floor selling boosts trade at Art Basel
Viewing rooms, appetite-whetting preview publications and digital platforms are all paying off for galleries at the fair
Is this the future of catalogues raisonnés?
A new online database of Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings offers a template for a more up-to-date—and richer—resource
Art in the age of the internet: from democracy and dialogue to a new dystopia
One of the largest historical surveys in the US traces the history of the world wide web
Christie’s buys digital management system
Collectrium is a digital multi-tool for art collection
US groups urge fast broadband for all as online plans threaten access to art
Proposed “two-tier” internet could leave artists with inadequate technology, while wealthy content providers get super-fast connections
Collectors net website art by Rafaël Rozendaal
You can buy an animated fried egg for $6,000
How to avoid digital boom and bust
Digital access to Italian banks’ art
300,000 works owned by banks belonging to the Associazione Bancaria Italiana to become available to view online
Online database Larryslist.com ranks private collectors
Rankings take into account the collector's participation and responsibilities within the art world
Artist Matthais Fritsch sued by reluctant YouTube star as “Technoviking” alleges breach of privacy
Litigation continues over the artwork that went viral
Web salvation for workers’ art as GDR artists are digitally rehabilitated
Shunned since the Wall fell, East German works are now catalogued on the 'Bildatlas'
The future has yet to arrive for online art fairs
VIP Art Fair expands its business model and improves technology, but big-name dealers are unconvinced
Website could be holy grail of private market prices
Art.sy will unite would-be collectors with art and dealers they may not know—and it’s all built on trust
Latest online startup aims for 3D sales
The creators of a new software venture think that adding an extra dimension will get things moving
New York’s digital shorts: 'Made Here' explores artists’ relationships with the city
The web-based videos looks into the lives of performers and artists
VIP online art fair overwhelmed by early technical setbacks
Museums need to go much further in adapting to the digital age
Are new media museums the future?
Collector launches website to rate dealers
Helping young collectors to find the right gallery
Microsoft’s “digital home gallery service” aims to bring any artwork to your home, on the cheap
Everything for the armchair art lover, at the flick of a switch
Giles Howard aims to prove that art can be sold on the internet, despite many art sales websites floundering
Britart founder and CEO believes that promotion is key
Sotheby’s to close online art sales site in May
Just a year after Sotheby’s announced a strategic alliance with the giant auction site eBay, it has thrown in the towel and will stop online sales of art and antiques, from May
Demand for prints and multiples has increased with the rise of the contemporary art market
Are today’s “limited edition prints” really original, and will they gain in value? Probably not
Counter Editions, the internet publisher working with artists to create original prints, is now self-funding and prospering
The small firm's success lies in their acquisition of big-name artists
Appealing to first time buyers, The Multiple Store is a non-profit company working in a minute office in the Central St Martin’s Art School painting department
The company has a website and you can browse through all the work but can not buy online.
Ewolfs is reported to have severe debts as numerous parties try to regain control
Minority owner sells stock, then buys it back to acquire company
Online art ventures continue to face business difficulties
Eppraisals disappears, N@rt stops art sales, and nextMonet merges
Former Christie's director launches online venture eAuctionRoom.com
“We are a technology platform, not an auction house,” said Mark Poltimore in 2000. The onetime auction boss wants to make European sales more accessible to US and UK audiences
How the internet will change the art market: the new kids on the block are smarter than you think
The advice on how to be successful in the online world offered here in 2000 centred on building a community and having a shared sense of purpose and trust
Sotheby’s executive vice-president talks about their online venture and the importance of auctions on the web
A brand new tribe of collectors and buyers is coming
The world’s largest museum of surviving Tibetan painting goes online
Shelley and Donald Rubin’s website invites contributions from museums, collectors, and scholars
Will art crime be more common in cyberspace?
What effect will the internet have on a market traditionally based on face-to-face contact and what are the implications of increased access to information?
Leonardo mania spreads to your home computer
Da Vinci on CD and on the net
Bill Gates and Mark Getty aim to corner the stock photography market
The new information technology has transformed traditional picture research
WIPO treatises take the Berne copyright convention into the digital age
Is new copyright law needed for a new age?
Art and technology combine for John Davies frames and dealer Alex Wengraf
How computers are enhancing the market for these two businesses
How are Britain's leading museums exploiting new multimedia technology?
Pundits inform us that the new media age is now upon us. Will this transform the museum sector?
High-tech advances at the Uffizi to transform air conditioning, conservation, and data maintenance
Progress on the “Uffizi advanced technology project” in Florence is going well.