How have art businesses coped with the crisis – and what might they look like post-lockdown?
From 3 to 10 July the galleries of Mayfair and St James’s are putting on physical and digital displays to appeal to dedicated connoisseurs and casual browsers alike
Philip Hewat-Jaboor, chairman of Masterpiece London, and Tibetan art specialist Alice S. Kandell on spending more time with objects
Virtual viewing rooms, video tours and private Zoom meetings – here’s what to expect from Masterpiece Online
With splendid examples of illumination accompanying early musical notation, medieval choir books are highly prized by collectors around the world
A Fang reliquary sculpture with an illustrious history is the first classical African work to be offered in a contemporary evening sale
When commercial galleries in the UK reopen, they will need to be mindful of social-distancing rules and wary of legal obligations for online sales
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced art fairs and galleries to move their presentations online – but are virtual viewings here to stay?
A sale of volumes collected by the Assay Office over two centuries brings numerous important works to the market, despite local opposition
‘The experience was not so very different from my recent online grocery shopping’ – Art Basel Hong Kong goes virtual
The art fair’s online viewings will suit some collectors down to the ground – but it’s harder to make genuine discoveries
A tiara fit for a queen and a portrait of a princess are among the objects not to miss at the fair this year
From a monumental mannerist canvas to a silver-and-coconut cup – more works not to miss at the fair this year
Rare books by Dürer, a bowl owned by William Beckford and a pioneering Pop sculpture – what not to miss at this year’s fair
Highlights of the upcoming modern and contemporary fairs and gallery shows in the Big Apple
The auction house is hosting an exhibition and online auction for a charity that trains prisoners in craft work
From Fauvist paintings to fragments of the Berlin Wall – highlights of the 2020 edition of the fair
Will this painting of the Jazz Age chanteuse Marjorie Ferry seduce buyers and set a new auction record for the artist?
Modern British art gets a strong showing this month, while Condo also returns to the capital
The 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive has passed into UK law. What impact will it have on the British art market?
How will recent investment in AI and digital channels affect the art market? And what of the prospect of Brexit?
Lakeside views by the painters Akseli Gallen-Kallela and Hugo Simberg are coming to auction this week
Highlights of the artworks and exhibitions on show in Mayfair and St James’s this year
The late dealer Peter Dingley’s collection of pottery, by luminaries such as Bernard Leach and Lucie Rie, is testament to his friendships with their makers
In advance of their sale later this month, two representatives from Scandinavia’s leading auction house discuss the timeless qualities of the modern Danish master