When life happens, just remember that art fairs will be 'fine without you for a while'
Melanie Gerlis asks whether the art world is compatible with parenting
Forget millennials —the art market should be looking at Gen Z
People under the age of 22 account for 40% of consumers
Should dealers reveal past prices in provenance?
London case surrounding Brueghel painting raises questions over whether a work's full sales history should be listed—even when that shows a big markup
CommentArt Basel in Hong Kong 2019
'Fingers crossed for China’s art market'
The latest Art Basel and UBS report makes for uncomfortable reading
Should galleries adopt the Tinder approach?
Dealers face a difficult marketplace and industry leaders say “engagement is the currency of the 21st century”
AnalysisTEFAF Maastricht 2019
Tefaf Maastricht overhauls Modern art section in battle to stay on top in changing market
Loss of some regular exhibitors in favour of blue-chip contemporary art galleries is the latest in a string of changes to the venerable Dutch fair
Lifers no more: can auction houses keep their talent up?
A slew of recent high-profile departures begs the question—are top auction house executives burning out?
Jump-bidding for Rembrandt's fingerprints and a tale of two Van Dycks: dispatches from London's Old Master auctions
Christie's and Sotheby's sell near identical Van Dyck portraits of Princess Mary, and new records are set for Frans Hals and a jolly Judith Leyster
Will art market speculation ever go away?
Fifteen years on since we first reported from Art Basel in Miami Beach, art as an investment has taken a new form
Big changes on the horizon in the art-fair world
Concern for Delhi and Düsseldorf fairs following MCH Group withdrawal
FeatureFrieze London 2018
Contemporary galleries start looking to the next generation
The gallery gene does not normally survive beyond one generation, so how can contemporary art galleries survive their founders and keep their edge?
NewsFrieze London 2018
Sotheby’s introduces mysterious new symbol in auction catalogues
The curvaceous M indicates a work that is "subject to right of first refusal"
Owner of £10m Giotto to appeal High Court ruling that painting left Italy unlawfully
Judge finds in favour of Arts Council England, but collector Kathleen Simonis argues Italian laws are incompatible with EU free movement of goods
CommentArt Basel 2018
Can the art market thrive in a sharing economy?
Melanie Gerlis on how millennials don’t seem to have the same collecting gene as previous generations
Lee Bul lights up Hayward Gallery inside and out for its 50th anniversary
Korean artist has covered exterior of Brutalist gallery with 180,000 crystals as part of mid-career survey
Former exhibitor in dispute with Photo London over stolen Juergen Teller
London dealer Alison Jacques says the photograph was taken from last year's fair and another work was damaged due to temperature fluctuations
Larger Photo London reflects genre’s growing appeal
Fair expands into new pavilion at Somerset House and features new Augmented Reality experience from Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky
AnalysisTEFAF Maastricht 2018
Tefaf trends: Sweden is in, England is out, but Italy is always in vogue
Melanie Gerlis sets the scene for six specialist collecting categories at this year’s Maastricht fair
InterviewTEFAF Maastricht 2018
Tefaf’s new chairman: ‘There needs to be less secrecy about everything’
Nanne Dekking, thinks transparency will push fairs into the 21st century
Turner Contemporary celebrates T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land with show curated by local community
Exhibition in Margate includes works by Edward Hopper, Lee Miller and John Stezaker
Sotheby's snags a fresh £36.5m Picasso for February auction in London
Price sets a high bar for the auction house's first Impressionist & Modern offering of 2018
Mark Bradford to launch Hauser & Wirth’s Hong Kong gallery
The Los Angeles artist is creating a new series of large-scale paintings for the show
AnalysisThe Year In Review
From VR masterpieces to PR disasters: 2017's ups and downs
The Art Newspaper team assesses the art world's fortunes in a turbulent year
China lifts ban on Korean art
Embargo was enforced after South Korea installed air-defence system amid tensions with North Korea
Artists are getting poorer
Survey finds most earn less than £10,000 a year
Podcast episode four: Frieze special with Peter Blake
As the art world descends on London, we take the pulse of the city's art scene with an art market specialist, a collector and two artists, Peter Blake and Ed Fornieles
Why London galleries do fairs on their home turf
Staying local keeps costs down—and dealers can benefit from the buzz around town
Ex-Christie’s chief goes global with advisory enterprise
Steven Murphy has hired six executives for New York, China and Continental Europe
Adventurous art collection of Jerome and Ellen Stern comes to Sotheby’s
More than 250 works owned by the couple will feature across ten auctions
Matt Carey-Williams quits Phillips for Blain Southern
Move marks first major departure from auction house under Edward Dolman
What do ivory bans, Asia and Google have in common?
They all have an impact on specialist areas. In the run up to Tefaf Maastricht, we asked experts about the latest trends in their respective fields
Jake and Dinos Chapman leave White Cube for Blain|Southern
Duo tells The Art Newspaper it is time “to make new omelette”
Why auctioneers are buying into forensics
Scientific analysis comes to the fore as Sotheby's establishes new department, but some remain doubtful about technology's reliability
Art fairs feel the heat at Barcelona conference
Leading dealer says only 25% of sales should be outside gallery