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More international galleries branch out to Hong Kong

Pace and Axel Vervoordt time openings with the Art Basel fair

Published online: 18 April 2014

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Friendly face for Goodman in London

Arts writer turned dealer Roger Tatley to join New York gallery’s UK outpost

Published online: 10 April 2014

Dealing direct: do artists really need galleries?

Successful artists, as well as some smart youngsters, are in no rush to secure big-league representation

Published online: 09 April 2014

London artists start New York-style gallery hopping

Mark Wallinger joins Hauser & Wirth, while Dexter Dalwood moves to Simon Lee gallery

Published online: 19 February 2014

Lower East Side flies south for Nada

With many of its exhibitors coming from Lower Manhattan, this Miami fair feels a bit like visiting the emerging arts district

Published online: 05 December 2013

Confessions of an art dealer: Alix Dionot-Morani

The co-director of Galerie Crèvecoeur, Paris shares her secrets

Published online: 05 December 2013

 

The guy that paid for the golden egg

It was eighth time lucky for the Midwest American seller of a previously lost Fabergé egg. The unnamed, part-time dealer bought it recently...

From stove-top to gallery wall

Burnt and banged up cooking pots, oil drums crushed like soda cans, stacks of enamelled tin serving plates and tidy boxes of cassette tapes...

It pays to be a collector

A brand new way of selling art was introduced in Paris last month by the suitably titled “Espace Improbable”. Launched with much fanfare...