How Adrian Ghenie Conquered the Art Market

The Romanian painter’s prices have increased 160-fold over the past decade. But who, or what, Read more…

Art Collector Who Perished in Trump Tower Blaze Remembered as ‘Expert’ in Pop art

Todd Brassner was close with and owned works by Andy Warhol, who made him a Read more…

Collector Sues Gagosian Gallery, Jeff Koons Studio for ‘Non-Delivery’ of Three Sculptures

In a case that is bound to rock the art world, a prominent New York Read more…

Seller Beware: Why Does the Art Market Fail to Learn from Its Past?

Chowaiki & Co has imploded, but it is just the latest in a long line Read more…

Appraising Rodin

There’s A Veritable Gold Rush of exhibitions celebrating the centennial of Auguste Rodin’s death, ranging Read more…

Paul Kasmin Steps Into the Digital World

In a bid to enhance its fledgling roster of 175 international dealers, Invaluable, the Boston-based Read more…

Are There Fakes in the Old Master Market?

The new in October that a 17th-century Old Master painting, sold by Sotheby’s to a Read more…

For African American Artists at Last the Market is Waking Up

In a steady and powerful climb, African-American artists have gained significant traction on the international Read more…

The Curious Trial of Peter Doig

Despite a favorable verdict, the odd scandal heightens art world concern that courts are not Read more…

In Knoedler’s Wake

With a sixth case settled against the once-venerable gallery—shuttered after it was accused of selling Read more…