The legendary S.S. Normandie was lost to fire in the 1940s, but relics from its luxury interior survive – including these verre églomisé panels
Prices are rocketing for photographs by Bernd and Hilla Becher and their students at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
Plus: Dreweatts and Mallett sold | From mantelpiece to marketplace | Dealers on the move in London
Auction highlights this month include a Twombly masterpiece that has never appeared at auction before and a striking portrait by Picasso
Many artists are uncomfortable about the perceived excesses of the market. But can they actually do anything about it?
These supposedly ‘primitive’ ceramics from late medieval and early Renaissance Italy are fresh, inventive and fun
Antiques in Hong Kong, tribal art in France, and London’s first quattrocento maiolica show in 100 years
Modern and contemporary art and design take centre stage at the first ever TEFAF New York Spring
Plus: Art fair shake-ups in Germany | An Ottoman art record in London | An early Velázquez in Madrid?
Many acquisitions at UK museums are made possible by a tax break that benefits both buyer and seller