The art market is one of Britain’s economic successes, but politicians of all stripes are unsupportive of the sector
The first Frieze Art Fair in 2003 made the capital cool again – but how much does it matter now, 20 years on?
Seven leading curators, art advisors and gallerists look back on the launch of the London event and consider how relevant it is today
A new breed of business is offering investors shares in blue-chip artworks – and making big claims about their profitability
A wave of emerging galleries is breaking across the capital despite difficult economic conditions
Six leading figures in the art world discuss the challenges of collecting and showing video art
Video art makes the running in the art world – but commercially, it has some catching up to do
After decades of globalisation, the centre of gravity is shifting back to the Big Apple
As the movement approaches its 100th anniversary, six experts explain why it continues to inspire artists, collectors and curators today
Public and curatorial interest in the avant-garde movement shows no signs of abating but the market is less stable
A new drive to ensure that ancient objects were obtained legally is transforming the market
Are collectors less interested than they used to be, or is the trade showing a lack of imagination? Five experts weigh in.
Blockbuster shows and occasional auction records can seem at odds with the lukewarm interest from collectors
After the uncertainty of the pandemic, the art market bounced back in 2022, but what challenges will the new year bring?
Five leading figures in the digital art world offer their insights into how the NFT market will evolve following the crypto crash
Are NFTs a revolutionary approach to new media art or simply a fleeting trend? Jane Morris explores the role of non-fungible tokens today
The boom in international demand for contemporary art has seen more and more living artists begin to sell at auction. But who stands to gain?
Six leading economists and art advisers offer their insights into how the market will be affected by a global recession
There is a growing nervousness about the effect a predicted global downturn might have on the art market’s post-pandemic bounce-back
This year’s Documenta is possibly the most challenging edition yet – so why is much of the art market failing to attend?
Six museum directors, curators and gallerists give their take on the controversies surrounding this year’s exhibition in Kassel
As the UK falls behind in the global market, Jane Morris considers the route to reclaiming its competitive status
The next generation of contemporary artists may be emerging in the primary market galleries but just how secure is their future?