Can the art market weather the coronavirus storm?
Are commercial galleries the next big content producers?
The top dealers are increasingly becoming audio and video makers and magazine publishers—is it all still about sales?
Global mega-galleries are putting the squeeze on smaller operators
The empire builders are changing the rules
Fair or foul: more art fairs and bigger brand galleries, but is the model sustainable?
Many galleries acknowledge that supply is a problem, with artists under pressure to produce more work
A generation of dealers is going global by opening additional spaces worldwide
Is this new international gallery explosion a good move?
Gian Enzo Sperone: 'The nature of the art market has changed for ever'
The Italian dealer and co-founder of Sperone Westwater spoke to us in 2011 about botany, the difference between European and US galleries and why the "big gallery" systems won't last
Small dealers are squeezed by the auction house giants
Tied to increasing prominence of private sales by auction houses
Speculation in young artists is over, and the smaller dealers will be hurt the most
Auction houses are selling less work by young artists
Dave Hickey: 'If you want to be an icon of virtue, this is the moment because you’ll stand out'
The outspoken cultural critic and art historian shared his thoughts on the market during a talk at Frieze art fair in 2007—here is the transcript
The art market is transforming, but auction house expansion into the contemporary primary market is a symptom of a wider pattern
Globalisation, competition, and massive price increases are forces behind a new market
Today’s frenetic art world pushes criticism to the sidelines—and many critics are not helping matters
Do art critics still matter?