Auction highlights – how André Leon Talley made his mark
The collection of the influential fashion journalist with a penchant for voluminous caftans is up for sale at Christie’s in February
The sophisticated Japanese paintings that have never gone out of style
Works by the true masters of the Rinpa style are rare – which makes prices rather high
Around the galleries – New York falls head over heels for Asian art
What not to miss at Asia Week New York, plus our pick of gallery shows coming up
The art nouveau potters who broke the mould
The fin-de-siècle movement fired up the imaginations of avant-garde ceramicists across Europe
BRAFA reclaims its rightful place in the calendar
Northern Renaissance paintings and art nouveau designs are among the highlights of the Brussels fair when it returns at the end of January
What will happen to the art market in 2023?
After the uncertainty of the pandemic, the art market bounced back in 2022, but what challenges will the new year bring?
Auction highlights – is there life in the Old Masters yet?
New York’s January sales boast an impressive line-up, including a gruesome painting by Rubens and a lost portrait by Bronzino
Auction highlights – what makes a Titian a Titian?
London’s Old Master sales this month include a version of a great ‘poesie’ painting – though questions have been raised about its attribution
NFTs after the crypto crash – what happens now?
Are NFTs a revolutionary approach to new media art or simply a fleeting trend? Jane Morris explores the role of non-fungible tokens today
Uncommon grounds – the market for paintings on gold
When it comes to gold-ground paintings from Italy, condition is everything and the older the work, the better
Auction highlights – what Hong Kong is bringing to the table this month
As New York takes stock of a whirlwind season, attention turns to marquee sales in Asia
Auction highlights – Christie’s first billion-dollar sale
The collection of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen is set to be the first to break the $1bn barrier next week – though it is unlikely to be the last
Around the galleries – Asian Art in London, plus other highlights
This bumper edition of the annual event continues to demonstrate the capital’s strength in this field
Is bypassing a gallery as lucrative as it seems?
The boom in international demand for contemporary art has seen more and more living artists begin to sell at auction. But who stands to gain?
Why is the market for classical Chinese furniture so hot?
Collectors are snapping up elegant huanghuali chairs and beds of the Ming and Qing dynasties at record prices
Auction highlights – Mary Cassatt gives a star turn in New York
A magnificent portrait by the Impressionist leads the pack in the sale of Ann and Gordon Getty’s collection at Christie’s this week
Frieze week highlights: petrol-can pastiches and chopped-up Shostakovich
Romuald Hazoumè’s latest ‘masques bidons’ focus on global figures whose ‘masks’ were stripped off by the revelations of the Panama and Pandora Papers – plus more shows not to miss this year
Frieze week highlights: Alice Neel and Victor Willing
An exhibition of Alice Neel’s portraits and abstract works by Victor Willing are among the shows we’re looking forward to seeing this year
Frieze week highlights: Amy Sherald and Craig Murray-Orr
Amy Sherald’s striking portraits and Craig Murray-Orr’s postcard-sized paintings are among the highlights to see this year
Auction highlights – an Al Thani treasure trove comes up for sale in Paris
The first of Apollo’s new, fortnightly auction previews looks at Sotheby’s sale of objects from one of Paris’s most colourful private mansions
Frieze week highlights: Beat Generation artists and the forgotten Vorticist
Drawings and paintings by the little-known Vorticist artist Helen Saunders and a screening of Bruce Conner’s 1967 film ‘THE WHITE ROSE’ are among the shows not to miss this year
How will a global recession affect the art market?
There is a growing nervousness about the effect a predicted global downturn might have on the art market’s post-pandemic bounce-back
Threads of potential – the market for textiles by women artists
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
Around the galleries – Art Basel lands in Paris, plus other highlights
With its first excursion to the French capital, Art Basel has stolen FIAC’s slot in the autumn calendar, and perhaps its thunder
Don’t blame the culture wars for Tate Britain’s disappointing rehang