Art world figures snub UK prime minister's party for Frieze anniversary
Artist Ryan Gander, Sarah McCrory, the director of Goldsmiths’ Centre for Contemporary Art and Chisenhale Gallery director Zoé Whitley all decided not to attend
Jetting away with it: the challenge of parting the super-rich from their private planes
A lack of legislation to deter private flying is hampering efforts to convince the art world's elite to kick the habit
'Will the new UK government support the art market?'
The UK’s new culture secretary—the seventh in six years—has a lot on her plate, so whether the art market gets much of her attention remains to be seen
England's culture sector to receive £850m in extra funding from Treasury
The budget, to be announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Wednesday, has earmarked £300m for museums to "redevelop and refurbish their sites"
UK 'tourist tax' will hit dealers of jewellery, silver and small pictures hard, trade body says
Lobby groups fear abolishing tax-free shopping will deter buyers from China, the Middle East and Russia at a cost of £6bn