10 Tips To Make Art Fairs More Fun

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For the pros and novices alike.

Jasper Johns's Former Assistant Sentenced to 18 Months In Prison for Stealing Paintings

Eileen Kinsella
James Meyer sold the paintings for a total of $6.5 million.

Top 25 Most Collectible Living Latin American Artists

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We crunched the numbers.

David Ebony's Top 10 New York Gallery Shows for April

David Ebony
Check out the best of what's on at New York's top contemporary art galleries.

See What Top Dealers Are Bringing to Frieze New York

Eileen Kinsella
What are top dealers bringing to the big white tent this year?
Art Cologne 2015 Photo: Koelnmesse

Great Finds and a Relaxed Attitude Make Art Cologne a Collector's Paradise

Hili Perlson
The weekend ahead will bring buyers from the Benelux countries and France.

The Must-See Booths at the AIPAD Photography Show

Eileen Kinsella
From Doug and Mike Starn's prints of trees to Cass Bird's supermodels.
Jerrold Nadler

Jerrold Nadler Leads Renewed Push For US Artist Resale Royalty Rights

Eileen Kinsella and Brian Boucher
Will US lawmakers ever bring royalty rights into play in the US art market?

The 10 Best Booths at Art Cologne 2015

Hili Perlson
From Capitain Petzel to Pearl Lam Galleries, these are the fair's hottest booths.

Christie's To Auction Ileana Sonnabend Collection

Eileen Kinsella
The sale will offer fresh-to-the-market works by Johns, Warhol, and Rauschenberg.

Pop Artist Romero Britto Sues Apple for Copyright Infringement

Cait Munro
Is Apple's "Start Something New" campaign stealing something old?

At AIPAD, Check Out Sebastiao Salgado, John Malkovich, and Liz Magic Laser

Eileen Kinsella
The annual photography art show is bigger and better than ever.
Yoshinori Toso Himel holds an image of his mother working at a photolab in Chicago during World War II that will be auctioned by a New Jersey auction house, Rago Arts and Auctions. His wife Barbara Takei, holds her mom’s cigarette holder made from string and her mom’s military ID. They are fighting to keep the auction house from auctioning off a collection of artifacts, furniture and carvings made by Japanese Americans who spent World War II locked up in incarceration camps. Photo: Paul Kitagaki Jr, courtesy the Sacramento Bee.

Auction of Internment Camp Art Sparks Widespread Outrage

Hili Perlson
Japanese Americans resent seeing their families’ past up for sales.
The Gillman Barracks in SingaporePhoto via: SG

Galleries Flee Singapore's Much-Hyped Gillman Barracks

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso
Is this the beginning of the end?

Sotheby's and Christie's Add Freud, Rothko, and Van Gogh to Blockbuster Spring Line-Up

Eileen Kinsella
Freud masterpiece is poised to break artist's previous $33.6 million auction record.
This Greek amphora, valued at up to about $100,000, has been withdrawn from a sale at Christie's London.

Christie's Withdraws Antiquities Linked to Fraudsters Medici and Becchina

Brian Boucher
The pair took the Getty for a ride a decade ago.
Yves Bouvier. Photo: via the Rakyat Post.

Accused of Art Fraud, Yves Bouvier Steps Down From Le Freeport

Sarah Cascone
Bouvier will focus on mounting his defense against charges of fraud.
Photography by Mei-Chun Jau.

Dallas Art Fair 2015 Is Very Social, But Plenty of Art Still Gets Sold

Rozalia Jovanovic
Big hair, big heels, and some big prices give the Dallas art scene its own identity.
The new Whitney Museum of American Art (2014). Photo: Nic Lehoux.

Tiffany & Co. Just Bought the Whitney Biennial for $5 Million

Sarah Cascone
The Whitney Biennial is now brought to you by Tiffany.

Must-See Art Guide: Brazil

Audrey Fair
This week's guide includes Nan Goldin, Alex Katz, Anselm Kiefer, and more.
Manuela Wirth of Hauser and Wirth Photo: © Women in Business

Britain's Top 50 Galleries You Should Know (and Visit)

Laura Lesmoir-Gordon
artnet News picks the top of the crop.

Why Is Christie's Shaking Up Its Spring Auction Schedule?

Eileen Kinsella and Brian Boucher
The move allows the house to play up its stronger sale.
Yves Bouvier Photo Olivier Minaire / archives via: Paperjam

Swiss Paper Publishes "Embarrassing" Yves Bouvier Emails, But No Smoking Gun Yet

Eileen Kinsella and Sarah Cascone
The damning emails purport to back the Russian billionaire's claims.
Cristin Tierney, owner and director of the Cristin Tierney Gallery.

Dealer Spotlight: Cristin Tierney

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Cristin Tierney talks art, artists, and toothpick sculptures.

Dallas Art Fair Draws Daring Collectors and Adventurous Dealers

Rozalia Jovanovic
Dallas collectors are edgier than you might think.