Fabergé egg

The Art Market: What price an Easter egg?

Fabergé hunt; Scandi Warhol; new fair for New York

Ukraine tensions cast shadow on art world

Russian-EU chill causes jitters ahead of UK auctions

Meiyintang ‘chicken cup’

Queries over Qatar

Sotheby’s Ming-dynasty ‘chicken cup’ sales in Hong Kong help defy slowdown in China

Vito Acconci’s ‘Trademarks’
©Deichtorhallen Hamburg/Falckenberg Collection

Harald Falckenberg on the art world

Looking back over the past few decades, there is no sign that the art market bubble is about to burst

Detail from a work by Richard Serra
©Lorenz Kienzle/WENN

Qatar celebrates Richard Serra

Grisly memorabilia, mysterious Roman silver, Serra in the desert

The Arne Jacobsen Suite at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, formerly the SAS Royal Hotel, featuring original decor by the Danish designer

Scandi style remains a fine vintage

Auction houses continue to report strong interest in mid-century design classics from the region

'A Bira', Marepe, 1999
©Daniela Paoliello

Art in the open

Set over 3,000 acres of forest and farmland in Minas Gerais, Inhotim is an art museum like no other

Vik Muniz’s Sandcastle

Winning a Warhol at a click

Warhol online, caution in Brazil, China’s first photo fair

Valérie Belin’s ‘Pieris Japonica’ (2013)
©Courtesy Galerie Natalie Obadia

The Art Market: Art crowd gather by the Gulf

Success in Dubai; tax triumph for ‘Omai’; mystery of Phillips’ figures

A visitor looks at work by artist Maïmouna Guerresi during Art Dubai, 2014
©Francois Nel/Getty Images

Art Dubai report

The fair is becoming more deeply rooted in the city

The Art Market: Time for the numbers

The annual report everyone cares about; the Armory on the up and up; Asian art in New York

Literary Lennon

The sale of an extraordinary archive sheds new light on John Lennon’s art, writes Peter Aspden

John Lennon’s drawings and manuscripts

The extraordinary archive is all Lennon, a man who turned out to be a lot cleverer, and a lot deeper, than anyone suspected

Collecting with the FT: Martin Parr

The British photographer is on a mission to revise the history of photography. He talks about some of the extraordinary finds among his 12,000 books

Material blessings

As sculptor Ursula von Rydingsvard prepares for her first British show, she talks about her hard beginnings and her love of wood