The Art Market: Photo London in focus

London’s new photo fair; Art15 back for third edition

‘Swamped’ (1990) by Peter Doig

Big spenders, Big Apple

New York ‘Auction-tigue’; Frieze looks to the past; Giacometti show for Shanghai

Global art markets surge ahead

Record-breaking $179m Picasso sale is part of a much bigger picture

Record art sales

Demand for Impressionist and modern art on the rise

Picasso painting sells for record $179m

Christie’s points to ‘new era’ as art market soars

Juan van der Hamen’s ‘Still Life with a Basket of Cherries’ (c1620)
©Matthiesen Gallery

Spanish art take the Americas by storm

Old Master and Colonial paintings gain new following

Zanele Muholi shoots down prejudice

The photographer on the struggle of gays in South Africa

‘Laws ofMotion (#6)’ by Alyson Shotz, at Derek Eller Gallery at Frieze New York

Art fairs: What’s not to like?

Influence moves from the commercial into educating the public

Sergei Tcherepnin installing his sculptural sound piece, ‘Brass Theatre’ (2014-15)

Raised level for sound art at Frieze

Auditory work gains prominence

Barbara Hepworth’s ‘The Family of Man: Figure 1, Ancestor 1’ (1971), featured at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, as part of Sotheby’s ‘Beyond Limits’ exhibition

The Art Market: outside the white cube

Marlow to make Sotheby’s cameo; Artnet AG reports losses

Larry Warsh on collecting art

New York publisher buys works as well as studies and sketches

Satellite fairs during NY Frieze week

Crop of events lures artists and buyers

Collectives: artists who get it together

Groups can realise more ambitious projects than they could do alone

Corning Museum of Glass opens new wing

Structure explores the material’s relationship with light

Berlin Gallery Weekend — review

This annual event rewards the public as much as the collectors