Have price and value in the art market parted ways for good?
In the current climate, where a teenaged NFT artist can sell for $2.9m and Old Masters have fallen out of fashion, the fickle art market has become the presiding judge of aesthetic achievement
Diamond skull will go to auction if it fails to sell, says Damien Hirst
"A number of interested individuals are looking to purchase the skull at its full price of $100m"
Tribunal rules in favour of disclosing price of Conrad Shawcross piece
After initially refusing , the true price was eventually disclosed
Respected Pre-Colombian art dealers indicted over fraud
The Merrin brothers are accused of defrauding clients out of millions of dollars
Rumoured sale of Damien Hirst's formaldehyde tiger shark to US billionaire Steve Cohen confirmed by Saatchi Collection
Scepticism surrounds the supposed value of $12 million
Dealers are the art world's real brains
Let us face facts. Before money changes hands, unfamiliar art is not studied because nobody thinks it is worthy of study
Test your market savvy at the Courtauld's "The value of art"
The exhibition challenges you to decide which work of art is more valuable
New evidence shows painted Greek pottery would have been found in Poundland rather than at Plato's dinner table
Greek vases were incredibly cheap at the time, despite taking pride of place in our museums