A gilt-bronze bear from the Western Han dynasty from the Ellsworth collection

The Art Market: Robert Ellsworth sale

New cultural hub in Dubai; Haring lawsuit fails; German art adviser found guilty

‘An Opaque Wind’ (2015), by Haegue Yang at the Sharjah Biennial
©Sharja Art Foundation/Deema Shahin

Selective memory in Sharjah and Dubai

Artists grapple with issues of remembering

‘Take Another View on Art’ at the Landmark building

Change in the air at Art Basel Hong Kong

The fair’s new satellite event; a low-bling Art Dubai

A Sotheby’s charity auction with works by Francesco Vezzoli and Takashi Murakami
©Victor Salgado

All in a good cause?

The pros and cons of charity art auctions — for artists and buyers. By Lily Le Brun

Buyer of Leonardo’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ revealed

Scandal in Paris; new South Africa fund; record global sales

Asian women wielding art-world influence

Five of the power players leading the region’s art scene

Joana Vasconcelos in her Lisbon studio
©Alfredo Cunha

Interview: installation artist Joana Vasconcelos

She adorned the Venice Biennale with tampons and placed a pink feathered helicopter in the Palace of Versailles. Now the Portuguese artist is heading to Macau to present the latest in her ‘Valkyries’ series

The foyer of Robert Ellsworth’s Manhattan apartment
©Christie’s Images

Auction: treasures from the Robert Ellsworth collection

The stunning array of Asian art held by the late collector comes up for sale

The invasion of Italian art

Postwar art from Milan, Turin and Rome is flooding the market and prices are soaring. But why the sudden craze?

Guardian Art Center in Beijing by Buro Ole Scheeren

China Guardian Auctions building rises

The headquarters of the Chinese auction house is a celebration of the emerging hybrid nature of what art space has become

London’s ICA heads to Hong Kong

Its first foray overseas presents a vibrant, political show that asks urgent questions as it bridges east and west

Conversation pieces: art fair identities consolidate

In a crowded art calendar, fairs can distinguish themselves by their cultural programmes

Singapore races to become Southeast Asia-Pacific’s art hub

The city-state is pouring money into museum-building and has started preserving its heritage

The Art Market: Freeport magnate unstuck

Bouvier out on bail; ‘thangka’ for the handover; Sotheby’s results; Rosenberg gallery

The Armory rings in the changes

New York’s oldest modern and contemporary fair opens next week with a special focus on Middle Eastern art