ON THE BLOCK
For the June auctions in London, specialists espouse a more cautious market outlook for postwar and contemporary art.
By JUDD TULLY
London dealer and donor Anthony d’Offay on the expansion of Tate Modern and the role played by Artist Rooms.
By ANGELA M.H. SCHUSTER
LETTER FROM HONG KONG
How Art Basel Hong Kong’s coming of age has shaped its host city’s prominence in the art world.
By BARBARA POLLACK
Photographs in New York; Asian art in Hong Kong; Old Masters in Vienna; and more.
By LIZA M.E. MUHLFELD
When calculating return on investment, not all blue-chip works perform alike.
By ROMAN KRÄUSSL
BY THE NUMBERS
A new feature uses the Blouin Art Sales Index (BASI) to rank modern sculptors and today’s top German artists.
Upcoming auctions, fairs, and exhibitions for the summer months.
Co-chairman of the Seattle Art Fair’s host committee Jon Shirley recalls a digital work that caught his eye last year.