Art Stage Singapore cancelled only days before it’s meant to open

Just a week before it was set to open on January 24th, Art Stage Singapore, a major contemporary art fair, was abruptly cancelled leaving artists and gallerists in the dark. […]

248 Supreme skate decks set to sale for as much as $1.2 million

Come January 25th, Sotheby’s will be close an online auction on a slightly unusual collection at their New York auction house. An entire set of Supreme brand skate decks collected […]

Christie’s announces sale of ten works from Richard L. Feigen’s private collection

Richard L. Feigen has made a name for himself as an influential and venerable art dealer with galleries in both New York and London. Over the course of six decades, […]

Two US auction firms merge to create Hindman LLC

On January 8th, it was announced that Leslie Hindman Auctioneers and Cowan’s Auctions had merged to form Hindman LLC. The union of the two American auction houses will mean a […]

34 artworks by Edvard Munch, thought to have been taken by students, still missing

When it comes to art theft, we usually envision a series of elaborate events woven together into scenario straight out of The Thomas Crown Affair. We don’t usually think of […]

Italy blocks deal to lend works by da Vinci to the Louvre in 2019

In November it became clear that the Italian government might overturn their agreement to loan a number of works by Leonardo da Vinci to the Louvre this year for a […]

Two ways the US government is altering the art world

How the partial government shutdown is affecting the museum sector In the US, a partial government shutdown has wreaked havoc on various facets of American life since December 22nd. The […]