Tom Flynn

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Sotheby's

Sotheby’s executive vice-president talks about their online venture and the importance of auctions on the web

A brand new tribe of collectors and buyers is coming

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Art market

Cross-border buoyancy in the European Old Master market

Plotting national tastes and identifying certain general market trends

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Art market

The Old Masters trade: Scarce but stable

While the market remains largely stable in Europe, the demand for quality pictures, fuelled by thriving European economies, outstrips supply

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Art market

Dealers deem London Old Masters market scarce but stable

While a broad consensus emerged that sales remain solid, the demand for quality pictures outstrips supply, causing frustration among serious collectors

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Media & broadcast

Art in the media: History as a developing process

Lodz ghetto photos found in Vienna; Van Dyck reassessed; Tracey Emin in profile

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Berlin

Art in the Media: Norman Foster’s renovated Reichstag, Andy Warhol on video and CNN's The ArtClub comes to London

Air-raising adventures in Berlin, the mythology of Andy Warhol on screen, and The ArtClub hitting its stride at London visual art events

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Media & broadcast

Art in the media: Jarvis Cocker tours Outsider Art, Anish Kapoor shows up in Bordeaux and Damien Hirst’s dentist opens wide

April 1999 provided a particularly nourishing media menu

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Books

Books: The market muscles its way back onto the agenda, with Bacon and the body keeping pace

Mammon’s shrine in the groves of academe

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Media & broadcast

Art in the media: The people’s painting—only what we deserve

Komar and Melamid reveal what we like, Tory politician Jeffrey Archer speculates in Warhols, fictional Bacon somewhat censored, and Britain’s own intellectual, Jonathan Miller, on reflection

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Art market

Databases of stolen art can help thwart art thieves and promote vigilance

Registering items in such databases can bring peace of mind