Galleries are thinking bigger at Frieze Masters this year
With fewer but larger stands at the fair, prepare for more in-depth and showstopping presentations in Regent’s Park
‘The gallery experience in 2020 certainly isn’t business as usual’
How have art businesses coped with the crisis – and what might they look like post-lockdown?
Frieze Masters broadens its horizons
A Botticelli portrait and an ancient bronze hedgehog are among the must-see artworks at this year’s event
How did artists’ multiples come to fetch multiple millions?
The art market prizes rarity – or so they say. What, then, is behind the recent record-breaking sale of an editioned sculpture by Jeff Koons?
Highlights from the 50th edition of Art Basel
Galleries from around the world are bringing some of their biggest-name artists to the fair this month
Playing the currency markets – with art
Fluctuating exchange rates have made for tidy profits in recent years for those who know their way around the art market
Have printed auction catalogues had their day?
As auction houses and galleries branch out into magazines, videos and other media, is the traditional catalogue becoming obsolete?
Women artists take the limelight at Frieze Masters 2018
Highlights from the seventh edition of Frieze Masters
The best of Art Basel 2018
Melanie Gerlis on the works not to miss at the fair in Basel this year
The best of the Salon du Dessin 2018
Apollo’s highlights of the fair – including works by Monet, Moore and Constable
Exhibitors get creative for the sixth edition of Frieze Masters
Highlights from this year’s fair, which encourages contemporary art buyers to cross over into older art
Have corporate art collections had their day?
The financial impact of Covid-19 forced British Airways to sell some of its most valuable art over the summer. Will other businesses follow suit?