Coline MilliardModern art continues to dominate the top results.
artnet NewsWe crunched the numbers.
Annegret ErhardHow do they fend off competition from Christie's and Sotheby's?
Eileen KinsellaGen Y buyers and emerging markets are driving robust sales.
Sarah CasconeIt's never too early to start thinking about Frieze.
Alexander ForbesIt's not the first time.
artnet NewsOur definitive list, factoring in the November auction results.
Coline MilliardThe market for classic female photographers has the wind in its sails.
Lorena Muñoz-AlonsoCan his successor continue the fair's impressive growth?
Henri NeuendorfThe tribe says this fourth sale of sacred artifacts in two years is "appalling."
Benjamin GenocchioDoes monetary value of an artwork have any bearing on its importance?
Alexander ForbesMajor changes are afoot as the fair enters its second decade.
Philip BoroffThe dealer is behind on her restitution payments.
Lorena Muñoz-AlonsoThieves blasted through an adjacent wall to carry out the heist.
Henri NeuendorfThe Holocaust Art Restitution Project has stepped in to help.
artnet NewsNotable sales this year included Cindy Sherman, Joan Mitchell, and Yayoi Kusama.
Alexander ForbesWill the new purchase option for art loosen eBay's grip on the online auction market?
Alexander ForbesA handsome reward has been offered for the work's return.
Sarah CasconeThings get intimate at the hotel venue.
Christie ChuPig brains, porn, and David Duchovny set the emerging art fair apart.
Eileen KinsellaKeen South American collectors and well-curated booths drove exceptional business.
Colin GleadellA £30.3 million Turner for Sotheby's, a £866,500 Hendrick Bloemaert for Christie's.
Ben DavisDon't be afraid to get lost in the art.
Christie ChuBut energy is in woefully short supply.