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Exhibitors welcome return of fairs; Edel Assanti gallery doubles up; Raducanu brings it home — for Frieze’s owner
Hockney garden pic hits the block; Art Basel creates ‘solidarity fund’ for dealers; Manhattan gallery marks 9/11
London landmark as a gallery in disguise; rent-to-buy art scheme; Luciano Fabro in the spotlight; and a chance to Frieze your heart
New podcast from Art Basel; John Giorno’s Dial-A-Poem comes to the UK; Paradise Row gallery returns; Frieze lose US director
Leonardo bear makes auction record; hybrid art business here to stay; $25m Clyfford Still heads to Aspen
Guaranteed price boosts Christie’s Picasso sale; performance art in London and Paris; Christo project to go ahead
Prince Harry finds favour at Sotheby’s; Grenfell Auction donation gets re-sold; Harper’s gallery keeps growing; London’s National Gallery opens to young patrons
Tottenham Hotspur scores a gallery; NFT sales fall; transatlantic shows for Leon Kossoff; Sotheby’s heads to Monaco
Art lending extended; Julie Mehretu piece breaks records for Artsy; Masterpiece Online shrugs off UK’s extended lockdown; Michel Périnet’s collection for sale
Art Basel gets physical; London Gallery Weekend a hit; galleries to dot London arcade; landmark show of African American artists revived
Anti-money laundering rules loom; Mickalene Thomas on show; Iranian art online; dealers as holograms; and a famous ‘Mona Lisa’ copy
Digital boosts physical at London gallery; Contemporary Art Society opens summer space; Art Basel brings in the Hong Kong crowds; Baldessari estate chooses Sprüth Magers; gothic casket makes auction record in Scotland
Market moves to Asia; art fairs pool resources in London and Chicago; Paris opens up with vigour
Auctions lively but Frieze New York quieter; Ropac gallery to open in Seoul; auction houses welcome cryptocurrencies
David Zwirner livestream event; former Sotheby’s executives launch platforms; Christie’s hosts London art fair online
Italian galleries leave London after Brexit; Jeff Koons chooses Pace gallery; Amy Cappellazzo moves on from Sotheby’s; art world crazy for Kusama; Bellotto set for a record at Christie’s
Arco fair group sets out digital ambitions; Roy Strong’s collection for sale; galleries embrace climate change initiative; Phillips sells well in London; could all artists get resale rights?
London’s galleries reopen and double down; Hauser & Wirth adds Monaco to its list; auction sales up 50 per cent in first quarter; the Met buys from Tefaf at a distance
Non-fungible tokens are disrupting the art world — but there are risks as well as rewards
More NFTs at auction; Sotheby’s joins the party and its Asian arm keeps it in the family; Art Basel Hong Kong takes shape
Auction sales back on track; galleries pop up in Aspen; Russell Tovey picks works for Sotheby’s sale
Art fairs cancel and reinvent for another year; record for Banksy at Christie’s; Jean-Michel Basquiat sold to Asian buyer
A new Gallery Weekend for the UK capital; Christie’s offers Monet’s ‘Waterloo Bridge’ for $35m; adieu to the Paris Biennale; Salon 94 gets new HQ; Sotheby’s gets on NFT bandwagon
Gallery’s end exposes art market vulnerability; Banksy sells hospital picture for the NHS; Art Dubai fair moves with the times; museums share cost of art; Sprüth Magers represents Nancy Holt
Buyer in the frame for Marlborough galleries; established artists go Non-Fungible; new heights for Winston Churchill’s art and more