Experts say new tax arrangements in the United States — and ever-higher auction guarantees — make it more difficult to make money from art.
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The huge annual flea market in northern France no longer draws the high-end antiques dealers. But it’s still a fun day out.
Automobiles have long been the poster child of “passion investments.” But most buyers these days are specialists, not speculators.
The Trump administration’s proposed 25 percent import duty on artworks that originated in China has alarmed museums, collectors and dealers.
After years of commanding high prices, the British furniture maker’s ornate pieces have lost some luster at the tercentenary of his birth.
Christie’s inaugural Art & Tech Summit in London showed what blockchain can (and can’t) do for the market.
The National Gallery in London paid about $4.8 million for a work by a 17th-century female artist, but pieces by male artists of the 19th century are out of fashion.
Auction houses and fairs are looking for ways to make pre-20th-century art exciting and accessible in the digital age.
All but one of the 75 lots offered in evening contemporary art sales at Sotheby’s and Phillips found a buyer.