Recent auction results suggest a return to pre-pandemic levels – but with turmoil engulfing Europe, this raises some difficult questions
A new exhibition at the Bucerius Art Forum in Hamburg looks at how the market for art changed in 17th-century Holland
Contemporary galleries have long relied on a personal way of conducting business. Can such a model survive?
An alternative to the art fair model, Okey Dokey’s collaborative project hopes to strengthen regional and international ties
Many artists are uncomfortable about the perceived excesses of the market. But can they actually do anything about it?
Technical research offers assurances to private collectors – but they must exercise caution
Public funding for the arts in Ghana is practically non-existent, but a thriving network of artists and arts professionals is emerging
Now in its third year, the event in London addresses some of the most pressing topics affecting the sector
The gallery’s new director on the Switch House extension, promoting women artists, and finally having the final say over the collection