Eileen KinsellaTip #1: Don't touch it!
Eileen KinsellaPaul Allen, for one.
Eileen KinsellaShe hasn't found a way (has she cared?) to commodify her performances.
Cait MunroThe dos and don'ts of art collecting, Silicon Valley-style.
Eileen KinsellaSELECT co-founders go separate ways, with new fairs.
Eileen KinsellaThe painting is at the heart of a long-standing dispute.
Eileen KinsellaA Giacometti show and a collaboration with Jeffrey Deitch are in the works.
Eileen KinsellaOnly the wildest projects are welcome.
Eileen KinsellaThe overall market is slightly lower than expected, but average prices are higher.
Sarah CasconeThe work could be worth millions.
Christie ChuHockney sold his first painting for a mere £10.
Brian BoucherOne consultant considers it a velvet-gloved act of coercion.
Hili PerlsonHe made an emotional dedication to his daughter, Eve.
Brian BoucherBaselitz is, to be exact, art history’s 932nd-most-important artist.
Eileen KinsellaThough still far behind, Phillips is gaining ground.
Brian BoucherTens of thousands of visitors flock to the Basel fairs annually.
Eileen KinsellaBotero was dismayed to learn his works were seized in a raid of Escobar's home.
Henri NeuendorfThe painting reportedly hangs in his yacht, Aviva.
Eileen KinsellaGet to know the art world's most notorious scammers and fraudsters.
Cait MunroThis is by far the best fair in the Hamptons.
Cait MunroPick up works by Dave Eggers and John Mellencamp.
Rozalia Jovanovic and Eileen KinsellaArt dealers feel paralyzed, yet keep business up and running.
Henri NeuendorfExperts agree the law would damage the German art trade.
Eileen KinsellaThe statue raised a red flag when it turned up at auction.