‘People put great stock in the history. Without it, these objects are worth much less.’
There are no better examples of piqué posé tortoiseshell in the world. How often may this be said of a work of art on the market?
There’s something for everyone as Cologne Fine Art, WIKAM, Art & Antique Hofburg and the Winter Art & Antiques Fair all open
A look at the star attractions at Sotheby’s in London this November
Sotheby’s purchases Mei Moses Art Indices | TEFAF New York Fall debut |West Bund Art & Design | Early sales for Asian Art in London
Apollo presents the winners of this year’s Asian Art in London Art Award
With over 190 galleries and a number of new initiatives, Artissima’s 23rd edition promises to be bigger and better
With an array of great works on offer, Flashback returns to Turin for what should be a triumphant fourth edition
This year’s fair was complemented by a strong edition of Parcours des Mondes
From neolithic objects to contemporary art, the diversity of works on offer at Asian Art in London shows just how far this market has come
Apollo presents the shortlist for the Asian Art in London Art Award 2016
The highlight of the Asian art sales in London is a ceramic masterpiece that was created in China almost a thousand years ago
Art crime is never far from the headlines, and it should be taken as seriously as any other crime
Art dealers, auction houses, collectors, and institutions now transport artworks around the world as a matter of course. The risk of accidental damage in transit means that comprehensive insurance policies are more fundamental than ever
TEFAF takes on New York | FIAC takes over the Petit Palais | The young and fun Paris Internationale | A decade of Christie’s Dubai | Victor Teodorescu joins Christie's African & Oceanic Art department
‘They told me I would be more successful if I was a man, French, or dead.’
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?
The rich legacy of Leslie Waddington | Solo booths set the tone | New galleries in London | Adrian Ghenie and Pino Pascali lead at Christie’s | Frans Hals forgery sets tongues wagging
Frieze week tips; the best of FIAC in Paris; HIGHLIGHTS in Munich; and San Francisco’s finest art and antiques
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
Highlights of this year’s fair, from modernist photographs to ancient armour
Anyone scanning the headlines would have been impressed by the results of the ‘classic art’ auctions in London in July.