Put a ring on it

Christie’s to sell largest private collection of Asian art at auction, from first dealer to enter mainland China in the 1970s

Published online: 17 November 2014

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The billionaire behind the new Vuitton museum in Paris

Bernard Arnault’s personal taste in art is “very elegant, very bourgeois”

Published online: 30 October 2014

Spanish masters come to Texas

Works by El Greco, Goya, Braque and Picasso included in the first US show of the privately owned Abelló Collection, only recently revealed to the public in Madrid

Published online: 30 October 2014

Art Basel and Central St Martins will teach you what to buy in Hong Kong

The Swiss fair and London art school collaborate with the University of Hong Kong on a course for new collectors

Published online: 22 October 2014

Spotted at Frieze

Footballers, musicians and actors rubbed shoulders with curators, collectors and advisers

Published online: 14 October 2014

Christie’s boss focuses on Lens

Pinault announces first artists to take up residencies in former rectory in Northern France

Published online: 14 October 2014



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