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?
As the number of global billionaires has ballooned, the art world has become increasingly reliable on questionable funds from Russia and elsewhere
The Biennale’s artistic director is taking viewers on a surreal journey this year – with women artists at the heart of things