‘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.
The British Pop artist is hot property at auction – and now there’s a welcome exhibition of his work in London, too
The week’s round-up of the top art market stories: Fine Art Asia returns to Hong Kong and Sotheby’s opens in Dubai
The art market needs to regulate itself better if it is to keep the legislators off its back
From a Dutch Caravaggisti painting to 17th-century Chinese cabinets, here are our highlights from the art market this month
A round-up of this week’s top art market stories: LAPADA and START Art Fair return to London, but Multiplied and Art16 are no more
London’s LAPADA has a tempting range of offerings, while Fine Art Asia continues to thrive with impressive Chinese and Tibetan objects
With previously unseen paintings by followers of Bosch and works by leading 20th-century Spanish artists, the fair has upped its game
Now in its third year, the event in London addresses some of the most pressing topics affecting the sector
June’s auctions see works by Moore, Saville and Picardy exceeding expectations, while several museum-worthy pieces change hands
Contemporary Chinese ink painting is the perfect middleground between the old and the new
The first ever exhibition of Tsogo land pieces and a hairpin made from Zulu ivory are among the highlights at Parcours des Mondes
A round-up of this week’s top art market stories, including new attributions for drawings in Brian Sewell’s collection and changes in Sotheby’s shareholders
Plus: Fabrizio Moretti brings lawsuit against David Zwirner | Coastal connoisseurship at Art Nocturne Knocke | Penelope Curtis finds heaven at TEFAF
Originally associated with the modernist art of Picasso and Matisse, tribal art has experienced a surge in popularity with outstanding pieces now being valued as artworks in their own right
What lies behind the growth of the auction house private sale, and what are its ramifications for collectors and the wider art market?