There is a growing nervousness about the effect a predicted global downturn might have on the art market’s post-pandemic bounce-back
From the United States to the Soviet Union, women artists of the post-war era found creative freedom in fibre art – and their works are beginning to loom large in the market
With its first excursion to the French capital, Art Basel has stolen FIAC’s slot in the autumn calendar, and perhaps its thunder
The art fair’s first edition in the South Korean capital raises interesting questions for international dealers
This year’s Documenta is possibly the most challenging edition yet – so why is much of the art market failing to attend?
The Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato di Firenze remains rooted in tradition – but it welcomes some modern sensibilities this year, too
These once-overlooked pieces are making a comeback – and with few on the market, they’re more collectable than ever
As the eclectic fair returns to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, Apollo picks out four highlights
This year’s event aims to entice a wider range of collectors and exhibitors back to the galleries of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris
The dealers of Mayfair and St James’s have banded together with the Philharmonia Orchestra for a special series of concerts this year
As museums make promises to return looted works of art, provenance is now of paramount importance in the market
As the UK falls behind in the global market, Jane Morris considers the route to reclaiming its competitive status
Despite its position in this summer’s packed calendar, the Belgian art fair is confident in its unique offering
Jakarta-based artists’ collective ruangrupa’s curatorial vision for the 15th edition of the fair puts a spotlight on artists from the global South
The next generation of contemporary artists may be emerging in the primary market galleries but just how secure is their future?
With 243 participating galleries and dealers, the first summer opening of TEFAF Maastricht promises a diverse offering of art and antiques.
Besides TEFAF, there is much more to see in Maastricht – Maria Howard selects the shows and fairs to note beyond the walls of the MECC this month
Rubens may dominate the field, but there are other names worth seeking out – and plenty of surprises to be found
A more local, intimate Frieze returns to the Shed – and Apollo picks out four of the best shows at London Gallery Weekend
TEFAF New York returns as a single edition this year, with antiquities, jewellery, design, modern and contemporary art all under one roof
As the number of global billionaires has ballooned, the art world has become increasingly reliable on questionable funds from Russia and elsewhere
Silversmithing has had a turbulent history on the Iberian Peninsula. The market is quiet, but showing new signs of life, says Emma Crichton-Miller
It isn’t easy to define a made-in-Britain equivalent to the Paris Surrealists, but collectors are increasingly drawn to the uncanny side of British modernism
Recent auction results suggest a return to pre-pandemic levels – but with turmoil engulfing Europe, this raises some difficult questions