The world's first truly global art fair is exotic, bubbling with ambition, and offering something genuinely fresh in the calendar. Florence Waters meets Art15’s new director, Kate Bryan
A selection of exceptional artworks and objects up for sale at Christie’s in the coming weeks
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With prices ranging from pocket money to tens of thousands, Room and Book is an art book fair with a difference. Natasha Garnett reports
Important Jewels London is famous for bringing the most exquisite tiaras, headpieces and crowns to auction, and this season is no exception. Christie’s specialist Francesca Valentini shares its secrets.
Meredith Etherington-Smith talks to designer Eugenie Niarchos about her love for jewels and her favourite pieces from the sale
Signatures are becoming a must have for international collectors. Associate Specialist Rachel Evans tells us more.
London's Stephen Friedman Gallery is paying tribute to Pierre Matisse's seminal New York exhibition of 1948 in a truly original manner, as Meredith Etherington-Smith discovers
Summer is traditionally the time to experiment with the kind of bright colours that wouldn’t get a look-in in Winter months
The internationally acclaimed sommelier on the truth about pairing, his new wine bar, and why now is the time to stock up on Northern Rhône
Photo London is a major new art fair showing current trends in photography through sales, exhibitions and talks. Here, Darius Himes, Christie’s International Head of Photographs, picks out six areas that require your focus
Objects inscribed with cuneiform texts from the collection of dealer Elias S. David, and Egyptian, Roman and Byzantine art from the Cattaui family collection are among the highlights of the Antiquities Sale in New York on 4 June
Specialist Virgilio Garza introduces five artists who have shaped the region’s art history, ahead of Christie’s upcoming sale of Latin American art
Christie’s to auction the shoes worn by Sir Roger Bannister when he became the first man to break the four-minute mile, a feat described as the ‘Greatest athletic achievement of the 20th century’
Several important Roman marble sculptures are featured in the 4 June Antiquities Sale in New York. Here, International Head of Department Max Bernheimer looks at three intriguing examples which illuminate classical views on beauty