Notebook owned by the father of computer science to be auctioned

The journal that Alan Turing used to jot down his thoughts on a universal language was later turned into a dream diary by one of his students

Published online: 09 April 2015

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Slow start for fledgling Paris fair

Paris Beaux-Arts’s first edition was handicapped by awkward timing and a vague concept

Published online: 07 April 2015

Gallery pulls out of Lima fair in protest against mayor’s ‘attacks against freedom of expression’

Event organisers end sponsorship agreement with city officials after complaints from arts community, but “damage is done” Andrea Ferrero says

Published online: 01 April 2015

Art Dubai grows wise in a maturing market

Bold installations sell to ideas-driven regional collectors

Published online: 24 March 2015

Sotheby’s launches live auctions on eBay

Collectors can take part in sales streamed online from April

Published online: 17 March 2015

At Tefaf Maastricht, art dealers mix old and new more than ever

Contemporary works fresh from the studio hang alongside Renaissance masterpieces

Published online: 16 March 2015


Rare first millennium Bible comes to New York

Sixteen Romanesque Biblical manuscripts, known as “The Idda Collection” (around 980-1240), go on display (and offer) at the Les Enluminures...

Ruskin’s flirtation with photography

An auction sleeper lot of 188 daguerreotypes estimated at £80-£100 has turned out to have belonged to John Ruskin, making the collection...

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...


Will Brazil's bubble burst?

At Art Basel Miami Beach a leading art market expert and an artist discuss the vogue for all things Brazilian. Is this the result of the expanding economy or a flourishing art scene?