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
Galleries from around the world are bringing some of their biggest-name artists to the fair this month
Fluctuating exchange rates have made for tidy profits in recent years for those who know their way around the art market
Brassaï’s eerie photographs of the city’s walls inspired painters including Jean Dubuffet, Antoni Tapiès and Cy Twombly
A large slice of the Big Apple is given over to the two contemporary art fairs this May
The fair at the Park Avenue Armory focuses on modern and contemporary art and design
The Lombard Haggadah is a precious relic and the earliest known Italian guide to the Passover Seder
A bucolic Dutch scene and a paper cut-out poppy are among the highlights of the fair in Paris
Renaissance saints, Louis XVI vases and a silver gilt shield – the final instalment of what not to miss in Maastricht this year
Italian Futurism, handmade furniture and a fertility figurine – more works not to miss in Maastricht this year
From ancient Buddhist sculpture to mid 20th-century painting, the city is full of exceptional Asian art
Buddhist art, Belgian Symbolism and an exotic goblet – some of the works not to miss in Maastricht this year
This Judith and Holofernes may or may not be by Caravaggio – but the strategy for its sale is refreshingly straightforward
A tribute to Robert Morris stands out among the displays of modern and contemporary art at this year’s fair
As auction houses and galleries branch out into magazines, videos and other media, is the traditional catalogue becoming obsolete?
William Powell Frith’s panoramic view of the Summer Exhibition is up for sale – for the first time since its debut at the RA in 1883