Be ultra-wary of the ultra-contemporary: a triumph of hot air over real value
An unquenchable thirst for a certain set of young artists—with the eye-popping price-tags to match—is creating a pressure they are inevitably unable to meet
How does the market judge 'juvenile' work by name-brand blue-chip artists? Two early Warhol paintings are about to find out
Offered next week at Phillip's New York, the works were made during Warhol's student days and bear no resemblance to his signature styles
Past it at 40? Artists fight ‘culture of ageism’ in the art world
Promoting hot young talent might grab the attention of collectors and the general public, but it disadvantages older artists and especially women, queer and non-binary creators
Frieze London's new section Unworlding hoped to bring young artists exposure—but it brought sales too
The curated selection comprises radical and experimental art looking at "ideas of collapse and rebirth"
Too much too young? The double-edged sword of early success for artists
Britain's young artists had a hard time before the pandemic. What will happen to them now?
Inequality is rife in British society, not least in the arts, where decades of ‘class-cleansing’ policies have made it harder than ever to be an artist and designer
C.I. Kim to open New York gallery, following spaces in Beijing and South Korea
The Korean collector is being compared to Charles Saatchi