How one year of Russian sanctions have shaped the art market
Businesses urged to tighten approach to client background checks as US subpoenas auction houses for sales records
US authorities subpoena auction houses in effort to crack down on violations of Russian sanctions
Prosecutors in New York are seeking auction house sales information going back years in order to track potentially illicit transactions by sanctioned Russian collectors
Russian culture minister and a billionaire arts patron are included in latest lists of sanctions from the West
Olga Lyubimova has been sanctioned by the European Union and Vladimir Potanin is on the US list
US seeks extradition of London businessman arrested on suspicion of moving art to help Russian billionaire avoid sanctions
The indictment of Graham Bonham-Carter has rattled a number of art market figures
Masterpieces from Morozov collection return to Russia from France—but three works have been retained
Around 200 valuable works had to be sent in five convoys of six trucks across Europe as war in Ukraine hampers shipping
Nefarious art world players: after Russian freeze out, will Saudi Arabia or China be next?
For decades Russian billionaires were feted for their free spending on the arts. Now, they are officially personae non gratae. But what of the other individuals and regimes with dubious reputations?