The annual Art Basel and UBS report shows market growth is stagnating. “The art world seems to have a conversion problem,” one expert said.
Sarah Harrelson and her husband have careers that deal in art and design, and their children aren’t left behind.
Auction houses and fairs are looking for ways to make pre-20th-century art exciting and accessible in the digital age.
This year’s fair brings together about 290 galleries from 35 countries, and the Messeplatz will feature a two-story installation by Creative Time, a New York public-art nonprofit.
Art Basel has been a frequent shopping stop for Marc and Jane Nathanson, who display several dozen of their 400 artworks at their home in Los Angeles.
The Color Field painter from Washington now has a solo exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Basel and a major installation in Art Basel’s Unlimited sector.
Speculators who drove up prices in the mid-2000s have been replaced by younger Indian collectors who are making more meaningful purchases.
A retrospective in Switzerland, which will head to New York, captures five decades of the artist’s creativity and makes clear his consistent quality.
Intriguing change and growth are helping lead the way for art to be seen as serious business in the community.