As Brexit Looms at Frieze London, $6.5 M. Twombly and $5 M. Guston Sell, While $32 M. Botticelli Awaits Buyer

Despite rising fears of a Hard Brexit fogging up London, the art world entered the Read more…

At ADAA Art Show, Amid Scattered Sales and Rare Henry Ossawa Tanner Presentation

The Art Show, the Art Dealers Association of America’s 30-year-old fair on the Upper East Read more…

Even as Brexit Looms, Galleries Notch Sales on Frieze London’s Opening Day

The latest iterations of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, artfully bivouacked in separate bespoke white Read more…

Sales Report: TEFAF Spring Blooms in New York

TEFAF New York Spring 2017, the latest iteration of the Maastricht-based, dealer-run art fair franchise Read more…

On the Block – A Cautious Outlook

With the final results of May’s major auctions in New York still being tallied at Read more…

Frieze New York Opens With Uncertainty, But Measured Sales Prevail

The fifth edition of Frieze New York, bivouacked in a giant, bespoke tent on Randall’s 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…

Letter from London

The fusillade of art market driven events has hit London again as the Frieze Art Read more…

Auction Report: “If I Live I’ll See You Tuesday” at Christie’s

The contemporary art auction season opened during happy hour on Monday with a loud bang Read more…

Out of the Gate: What ABMB Buyers Had to Have on Day One

The 12th edition of the Art Basel in Miami Beach art fair opened to VIP Read more…