Laura Ford works at Strawberry Hill, Twickenham
©Gautier Deblonde/New Art Centre

Sculpture parks: Art goes outdoors

Summer’s here, and art moves into the landscape

Maverick museum-owner David Walsh

The offbeat owner of Mona in Tasmania discusses plans for expansion

Claude Joseph Vernet’s ‘Return from Fishing’ (c1750- 51)
©Ben Elwes Fine Art

London Art Week: Discovering Old Masters

In an undersupplied Old Masters market, finding new treasures matter

Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné, Volume 4

Catalogues raisonnés: The corrected works

Why artists’ inventories are more important than ever

Pablo Bronstein at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
©Hugo Glendinning

A new wave of Grand Tourists

Artworks collected by English milords and the Italianate houses their travels inspired are attracting visitors

Visitors at the Baselworld show in Switzerland in March this year
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All the funds of the fairs

Fairs proliferate yearly, but how profitable are they?

The Art Market: The price is all right

Christie’s meets expectations; Beit sale postponed; new London fair

The Art Market: sales in a spin

Frenzied buying at Art Basel; ceramics from Marina Picasso

Design world in Basel

Design Miami/Basel attracts globetrotting fine art collectors

‘Architecture ancienne: imprimerie de l’Horloge’ (1928)
©Estate Germaine Krull/Museum Folkwang/Essen

In plain sight: Germaine Krull in Paris

Maverick photographer gains new exposure in French show

Aboriginal art comes to the saleroom

A landmark sale in London showcased works by indigenous Australians and their influence across the world

James Turrell at Houghton Hall

The Marquess of Cholmondeley hosts the work of the US artist

Cross-collecting in Chelsea

Masterpiece returns for its sixth edition with 150-plus international exhibitors

Upcoming fairs and sales — June 2015

What to watch out for in London and Basel this month

Interview: Robert Irwin

The 86-year-old US artist on showing in Europe, and staying at home

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