Bookmark this page for rolling news, reaction and video features from our team of Christie's Daily reporters and specialists at the 2015 Venice Biennale
Christie’s specialist Fiona Baker on gives her tips on buying 20th century design – from original art deco, to arsenic-infused French glass
Highlights from London summer sales arrive in style before going on show at the stunning Palazzo Papadopoli for the vernissage of the 56th Venice Biennale
One of the undoubted peaks of Picasso’s oeuvre, Les femmes d’Alger (Version “O”), offered in the Looking Forward to the Past Evening Sale on 11 May
Tsang Kin-Wah's video installation for the unofficial Hong Kong pavilion mirrors the contents of our over-stretched minds — and, as a result, is a neat metaphor for the visual and intellectual overload of the 2015 Venice Biennale
Evelyn Heathcoat Amory, Head of Department, discusses highlights from the upcoming Russian Art sale in London on 1 June 2015.
View highlights from the upcoming Design sales in Paris on 19 May 2015.
As the art world flies in for this year’s six-month Venice Biennale, Anne Hanley selects some of the best exhibitions from a programme that includes Australia’s first ever official contribution and a bridge-building project by artists from India and Pakistan
Of course, there is so much art to experience in Venice beyond the Biennale. Your guides are Christie’s Old Masters specialists Francis Russell and Nicholas Hall
Axel Vervoordt is back in Venice with an exhibition exploring sacred proportions in nature and art. Meredith Etherington-Smith spoke to the Belgian antiques dealer, collector and interior designer
Our panel of Venice residents and Biennale cognoscenti serve up their tips on the best places to get eat, drink and relax
Our weekly round-up of the 10 best online art stories
Home to hotel that’s part of the history of Venetian hospitality, the island has also become a destination for international curators and collectors thanks to its thriving contemporary art scene
Our May sale of Photographs: Selected by James Danziger at King Street presents an exciting range of images which both challenge and charm the viewer. Jude Hull, Photographs specialist, talks us through her favourite works.
James Danziger tells us about his collection of photographs to be offered at King Street on 22 May