Façade was meant to feature in quincentenary lightshow, but event organisers are adamant that show will go on
Recently-discovered Rembrandt, a revamped first floor, the New York editions—and an unfolding authenticity scandal outside the fair—contributed to a buzzy opening
As Tefaf Maastricht prepares to open its doors, Bendor Grosvenor debunks the myth that the market is dying
From Danish deck chairs to Ancient Egyptian art, we select some of the highlights at Tefaf this month
Forward-looking galleries are using everything from projector screens to specially commissioned soundtracks to engage a new generation of collectors, spending as much as £50,000 on a single project—but can tech really bring in more cheques?
From Inuit ivory to Art Deco pottery, there are deals to be found in Maastricht
Scholars now believe Symphony in White is one of 50 rolled-up canvases that vanished after artist's bankruptcy
Domenichino’s Madonna della Rosa (before 1627) makes rare public appearance at Chatsworth House
First Bourgogne Tribal Art Show sets out stall in milieu that doesn’t alienate country dwellers
As far as a painting’s hammer price is concerned, other, less noble considerations matter a great deal more than the picture’s intrinsic quality
Authorities in eight specialist areas explain what guides the market—and all the latest trends.
Many Tefaf-goers are likely to visit the artist’s Dutch survey, a key part of the Bosch quincentenary celebrations. Stefan Fischer, the author of Taschen’s new book on Bosch, unveils the meaning of his grotesques
The artists in Tefaf’s Show Your Wound exhibition, inspired by Joseph Beuys, are responding to the German artist’s work in new and surprising ways
Brussels fair has its largest edition to date
Fair teams up with US advisory firm to launch two smaller editions in the US