London’s Reduced Art Season: Lessons From June for Future

The big question trailing the recent round of successful contemporary art auctions in London is Read more…

Remembering Howard Hodgkin, an Interview

Sir Howard Hodgkin, the Tate Prize winning British painter who died last week in London Read more…

The World of the Irrevocable Bid

With the increasing popularity of pre-sale guarantees comes greater scrutiny If you we’re keeping score 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…

On the Block – A Free-Falling Market

In the jarring wake of this past June’s Brexit vote, the art market is still Read more…

Can the Single-Venue Gallery Survive?

In March 2013, Jérôme de Noirmont closed the door of his Paris gallery on the Read more…

Young Guns

Will Success last for the zero-to-$60,000 plus auction stars? November in New YorK, the Philips’ Read more…

To Serve and Protect

  Market heights have created a boom of artist-endowed foundations, charged with enhancing legacies and Read more…

The Nahmad Conundrum

After a Gambling Indictment, Is It Business As Usual? In April, 34 people were charged Read more…

Research and Development

For Londoner Maryam Homayoun Eisler, building a collection of art from Britain, China, and the Read more…