Ten questions gallerists should be asking themselves now
Is gallery space still worth paying rent for or will Instagram replace it all? Art Basel director Marc Spiegler gives us the answers
A generation of dealers is going global by opening additional spaces worldwide
Is this new international gallery explosion a good move?
The problem with art advisers
In 2007 we observed that while most are seen as opportunistic shoppers, some are as knowledgeable as museum curators
The trouble with art fairs: curators, collectors and dealers are starting to feel fatigued
As the sheer number of annual events continues to grow, fair fatigue has become a common condition
The Paper/Deitch Art Store: Shop sells real stuff made by artists
From 99¢ to $9,999,999
Allora & Calzadilla: sonic warfare for Moore Space project
The artists have installed a concrete-grey fortification inside the gallery as an anti-war statement
Frieze: For one week London became the centre of the art world
The annual event in Regent’s Park is a new magnet for artists, collectors and dealers
Why collectors are moving from the wall to the floor: negotiating the logistics of sculptural acquisitions
Trends in real estate and the prestige factor have influenced recent preferences in the private market for sculptural works
Is there an ongoing American Renaissance in contemporary art?
Spotlight shifts from German artists to their US counterparts as Saatchi, Rubells and others mount exhibitions of their work
Renewed interest in American art marks the beginning of the so-called 'American Renaissance'
Galleries across the world are featuring growing numbers of pieces by American artists
The posthumous rise of Martin Kippenberger
The German artist’s work has become a favourite among curators and collectors—but only since his death a decade ago
"It was the world's most important fair before I came, it is now, and it will continue to be after I've left": Interview with Art Basel director Sam Keller
After his intention to step down from Basel goes public, Sam Keller discusses the fair's evolution, his legacy, and pastures new at the Beyeler Foundation
Murakami to Gagosian?
Japanese artist and curator may have moved on from his gallerist of 10 years
Obrist, Rosenquist and more pay tribute to Robert Rauschenberg
The opening Bulgari Conversation spoke fondly of the artist who was welcomed with spontaneous applause
'The art trade is the last major unregulated market'
Is it time for reform? Murky dealings came to light in 2005 as more collectors began to enter the scene—and brought their cases to court
New strategy for Art Basel includes the selection of thematically linked works by dealers
Curation will be promoted over serendipitous choices by Art Cabinet, a scheme debuting at Art Basel/Miami Beach
Today’s frenetic art world pushes criticism to the sidelines—and many critics are not helping matters
Do art critics still matter?
ARCO, Madrid: Big crowds, but few buyers
A Frida Kahlo—not for sale—pulled in 180,000 viewers
Financiers lacking art knowledge are increasingly collecting art as investment, rather than out of passion
The Art Newspaper discusses the surrounding points of views
Speculators angering dealers over collecting without passion for art
Young financiers want to build a diversified portfolio
Do contemporary dealers still need galleries?
Larry Gagosian has just opened a new, 1,400-square-metre space in London. But is such grandeur still necessary?
The globalisation of the art market, the rise of mega galleries and proliferation of art fairs is putting strain on young artists, even while they reap the rewards
The market today requires that young artists have global representation, but unless they embrace Warholesque production techniques few can keep pace with the demand this entails