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
Apollo presents the winners of the Asian Art in London Art Awards 2019
The fair underscores its links with the museum world in its third edition. Plus highlights from Paris Photo and Also Known as Africa
From Tiffany vases to Fabergé gold, this year’s stateside edition of the fair is full of connections to the Armory’s rich history
Highlights of the seventh edition of the fair range from seasonal allegories by Giorgio Vasari to Arte Povera stones
Highlights from this year’s event reinforce London’s status as the leading global centre for the Asian art market
The latest instalment of Art D’Égypte’s annual exhibition is spread across four venues on the historic El Mu’iz street
Theaster Gates in the archives and Jonathan Baldock’s four-poster bed are among the shows not to miss during Frieze Week
With the British Art Fair joining 1–54, there’s more to see at this busy time than ever before
Joseph Beuys sculptures at Bastian and Patrick Caulfield at Waddington Custot are among the shows not to miss during Frieze Week
An exhibition of works by James Pryde and a display of new research on Cézanne are among the shows not to miss during Frieze Week
A Botticelli portrait and an ancient bronze hedgehog are among the must-see artworks at this year’s event
Exceptional Italian artworks should prove a big draw at the Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato in Florence
The art market prizes rarity – or so they say. What, then, is behind the recent record-breaking sale of an editioned sculpture by Jeff Koons?
Art and artefacts from all corners of the world come together in this year’s edition of the event
With the art market crying out for definitive catalogues, a new international association has been launched to support their production
The line between dealing and advising on purchases of art is growing increasingly blurred – so can we still expect advisers to act solely on their clients’ behalf?
A Romano-British mosaic, a rococo coffee pot, and Robert Rauschenberg are among the highlights of this year’s fair
Modelled on the form of an Italianate palazzo, and adorned with trompe l’oeil polygons, this object is one of the earliest of its kind