How are galleries and institutions adapting to the art world's 'new normal'?
What art has been keeping the actor, collector and judge of the 2021 Turner Prize company during lockdown?
Alastair Sooke is transported to another world with Geranium Pour Monsieur at Sir John Soane’s Museum
Lolita Cros explores Kettle’s Yard, through the lens of Portrait of a Lady
The 'activist collector' Komal Shah on supporting women artists, museums after COVID-19 and what the art world can learn from Silicon Valley
Erin Christovale talks to Troy Carter about the new generation of black collectors
Ahead of a major Frieze Week exhibition of work from Eileen Harris Norton's collection, we speak to the pionnering founder of Art + Practice
The menstrual cup is now part of the London museum’s ongoing project which responds to major design moments
The art collector and radiologist V. Joy Simmons shares a glimpse of her collection in her Ladera Heights home
The thousands of new owners will now collectively decide where the painting is exhibited
From woodcuts to bespoke dresses, Focus offers art that costs less than you might think
Ahead of speaking at Frieze this week, Désiré Feuerle reflects on the art of juxtaposition, the role of intution and supporting tranquility
The extraordinary life of the late, great, gallerist and collector Alexander Iolas
Although their activities and missions are multiple, the foundations dedicated to New York’s artists all keep their founders’ visions alive
Ahead of her Conversation on Collecting at the fair, the art advisor talks about curiosity and why collectors need notebooks
Are we evolving from a collector-driven art world to an audience-driven one?
A new partnership to purchase a major work for MIMA
Artist Matthieu Laurette, critic Vivian Sky Rehberg and the prolific curator, collector and dealer Seth Siegelaub, who died in 2013 aged 71, discuss the legacy of Conceptual art, the origins of curating and how art history is made
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