The Future of Commercial Art Galleries, Part Two

Anthony Haden-Guest
The art world has shifted into high-speed. What does this mean for dealers?

Will Art Basel Lose A Major Sponsor?

Alexander Forbes
Switzerland wants to ban tobacco brands from funding international events.

Spring 1883 Is the Enticing Boutique Fair Down Under

Jane O'Sullivan
New kid on the block draws established collectors and new fairgoers alike.

Melbourne Art Fair Delivers Buoyant Sales and Attendance

Jane O'Sullivan
A revamped floor plan and affordable prices bring back buyers.

Hot Trends at the Melbourne Art Fair

Jane O'Sullivan
From Indigenous art to edgy salt sculptures, a showcase of the old and new alike.

Artspace Sale Augurs Inevitable Shake-Out in Online Art Sales

Benjamin Genocchio
It's time for some honest talk about online art sellers.
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Sarah Jessica Parker Super-Jewel at Sotheby’s Hong Kong

Christie Chu
What do 4,698 diamonds look like?

Must-See Art Guide: Los Angeles

Alissa Darsa
Photography shows at the Getty, the De Soto Gallery, M+B, and more.

Sotheby’s Exec Hectors Media after Sales Drop

artnet News
Auction house bristles at analysis of first half results.

What Sotheby’s Isn’t Advertising About Its Private Sales

Philip Boroff
SEC filing reveals private sales down 48 percent in first half of 2014.

Shanghai Gallery Beat

Sam Gaskin
Showing Feng Mengbo, Tobias Rosenberger, Shan Feiming, and others.

Big Market for Tiny Furniture

Eileen Kinsella
Dollhouse and dollhouse collections are big draws for regional auction houses.

Wine Forger Rudy Kurniawan Gets 10 Years in Prison

Eileen Kinsella
Fake wine, a counterfeit kitchen, and bad intentions do not pay off.
Works from Conrad Atkinson's Billboard series (left) and Gilbert and George's Perv Duo Desecrate Tate Modern: Pictures (2007) Photos: Courtesy Conrad Atkinson and via White Cube

Artist Claims Gilbert and George Stole his Idea

Alexander Forbes
Can an artist patent the newspaper?
Copy of Jörg Immendorff, Ready-made de L'histoire dans Café de Flore (1987) Photo: A3512/Roland Weihrauch via Remscheider General-Anzeiger

Court Saves Jörg Immendorff Copy

Alexander Forbes
His widow wanted the work destroyed.

The 10 Highest Prices for Art at Auction in July

artnet News
A closer look at the top-selling lots, from Bacon to Brueghel.

A Tale of Two Leonardos

Rozalia Jovanovic
Enter the shadowy world of Leonardo da Vinci forgeries.
Loretta Wurtenberger

Loretta Würtenberger in Conversation

Marion Maneker
PODCAST: Würtenberger discusses her forthcoming book and the thorny issue of estates.

4Chan Conceptual Artwork Reaches $90,000 on eBay

Sarah Cascone
Are we witnessing Internet history, or just a Conceptual art prank?
The Castello Cini di Monselice, formerly owned by the Cini Foundation Photo: via BlogdiPadova

Stolen Cini Foundation “Rembrandt” Found after 35 Years

Alexander Forbes
Police had more than one piece of bad news for its French owner.

Are Young People Comfortable Spending Big Bucks Online?

Philip Boroff
Sotheby's eBay alliance could dilute three centuries of cultivated snobbery.

Chinese Jeff Koons Knock-Offs Are Increasingly Sophisticated

Eileen Kinsella
VLA Sculpture has a new technique to lower the price of Balloon Dog sculptures.
Mark Englert, Jurassic World limited addition art print available at the San Diego Comic-Con International. Photo: Mark Englert.

San Diego Comic-Con Offers Fine Art, Too

Sarah Cascone
The annual nerd convention now doubles as a fair for geek art.

Will the Flower District Be New York’s Next Gallery Hub?

Rozalia Jovanovic
In one pioneering dealer's words: "The area was five blocks of plants and sex."

International Dealers Make Art Southampton Worth the Trip

Cait Munro
SLIDESHOW: Our 30 favorite works from the summer's last fair.