The celebrated TEFAF art fair will opens its doors at New York’s Park Avenue Armory this month. Susan Moore selects her highlights from the landmark event
Christie’s New York is offering two mummy portraits at auction this month. What do we know about these strange survivals from antiquity?
An exhibition celebrating the 500th anniversary of Ariosto’s epic Italian poem is as rich as the book itself
London’s PAD stands out among the Frieze week fairs; Christie’s auctions works from Leslie Waddington’s collection, while Sotheby’s focuses on Islamic art
Anyone scanning the headlines would have been impressed by the results of the ‘classic art’ auctions in London in July.
The British Pop artist is hot property at auction – and now there’s a welcome exhibition of his work in London, too
From a Dutch Caravaggisti painting to 17th-century Chinese cabinets, here are our highlights from the art market this month
June’s auctions see works by Moore, Saville and Picardy exceeding expectations, while several museum-worthy pieces change hands
The first ever exhibition of Tsogo land pieces and a hairpin made from Zulu ivory are among the highlights at Parcours des Mondes
A look at some of the highlights at Christie’s and Sotheby’s this week
C.W. Eckersberg’s 19th-century paintings are barely known outside Denmark and Germany, but they should be…
Rubens’s epic painting of Lot and his Daughters treats a morally ambiguous subject with great artistic subtlety. It’s bound to do well at auction
Christie’s celebrates the great tradition of British painting this month
The estimate is far short of the $100m+ prices notched up in recent years – but then this is a Picasso more cerebral than sexy
Bacon, Warhol, Rothko…All the usual big-hitters appear in this month’s blue-chip sales. For the sake of variety, here are a few other highlights
The architect’s first project in São Paulo restores and adds to one of the city’s historical landmarks
The elegant Bernard Boutet, medieval chess pieces and a vibrant, miniaturist Madonna feature in our preview of April’s art market
A ‘six-footer’ version of Constable’s The Lock has come to market for the first time in 160 years. But who will want to take this monumental painting home?
Koons is nothing if not fearless to invite comparison with the greatest Renaissance artists.
Upcoming highlights include the post-war and contemporary auctions around London’s Frieze Week and the launch of Artcurial in Hong Kong
Asia Week in New York promises everything from delicate early Chinese wares to an elaborately cast imperial ritual bell
Highlights from the world’s most important commercial tribal art event
He’s saved the castle’s Zurbarán paintings; now he wants to transform the town into a hub for Spanish art