Carlie Porterfield

San Francisco gallery capitalises on Leonora Carrington’s auction success

Fairgoers flock to stand dedicated to the Surrealist artist after Sotheby’s sale of painting last month for $28.5m

In pictures: Design Miami comes to Basel

The design fair's Grela Orihuela picks out her favourites, from circular sofas to lost sheep

Art Basel shrugs off ‘doom-porn’ talk with blockbuster first day of sales

VIPs prove that they came to town to buy, not just to “eat the sausage in the courtyard”

'The missed opportunities show you how important it is to be brave': Carolin Scharpff-Striebich on trusting your instinct

The German collector on how a sleepless night is a sure sign that an acquisition is imminent, and why she has a soft spot for Pieter Bruegel the Elder

'Almost everyone I talk to has an interesting story and something to teach me': Ryan Zurrer on getting the most out of Art Basel

The venture capitalist, an early champion of digital art through his collective 10F1, admits that his heart belongs to his home city of Zug, Switzerland

Christie’s reportedly planning layoffs

Rival Sotheby’s recently entered a consultation period ahead of redundancies

The Armory Show lines up 235 galleries for 30th edition, including 55 first-time exhibitors

The fair, now in its second iteration since being acquired by Frieze, remains New York's largest

More than 600 artefacts worth a total of €60m are repatriated to Italy from the US

Italian authorities are using artificial intelligence to identify works of art up for sale that may have been stolen or trafficked

Collector Ron Perelman sold $963m worth of art to pay off debt

Recently unsealed court filings show 71 works by artists like Basquiat, Twombly and Giacometti were unloaded over a two-year period

Art world power players reportedly encouraged New York mayor to send police to pro-Palestine student protests

Chat logs from a private WhatsApp group created by billionaire Barry Sternlicht were leaked to the Washington Post last week

Native American curator sues Chicago Blackhawks professional hockey team for fraud, sexual harassment

Nina Sanders claims she was hired as a consultant for the team to “pacify resistance” to the Chicago Blackhawks’ use of a Native American name and imagery

Phillips's evening auction in New York notches $72.3m, buoyed by two fresh Basquiat paintings

The sale's hammer total fell short of its estimate, but also represented an increase of 24% over the equivalent auction in 2023

Christie’s website brought down by hackers days before marquee spring auctions

The auction giant’s web address currently redirects to a placeholder page where telephone numbers for its various offices are listed

Benjamin Sutton. With additional reporting by Carlie Porterfield

New York’s Independent art fair delivers an ‘adrenaline shot’ for dealers and collectors

Prices at the fair are ticking up, but that did not stop several galleries from selling out their stands during the VIP preview

President Biden forgives $6bn in loans for students of defunct Art Institutes

The eight art and design colleges closed without warning last September

Truth and post-truth in American art explored in new show in Rome

Curated by Massimiliano Gioni, the works in the Palazzo Barberini exhibition come from the collection of the luxury retail magnate Tony Salamé

‘Art-world passport office’ at 1-54 fair in New York seeks to highlight migration issues

The project, devised by the cultural platform artHARARE, enables a metaphorical journey across the international circuit

‘It has all the capacity to move somebody’: fibre art celebrated in pop-up New York show

The exhibition, staged in the historic South Street Seaport district, brings textile works to an 18th-century warehouse

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair marks a decade in New York

This year’s showcase for contemporary African art is bigger than ever

Haystack painting by Claude Monet could sell for more than $30m at Sotheby’s New York

Sotheby’s will sell a rare Monet haystack five years after a similar work broke the artist’s record at auction

Forge Project art space in Upstate New York transitions into a non-profit

The Indigenous social-justice art initiative has transferred ownership as part of an organisational restructuring

Venice Biennale 2024: the worst art on show in the city

There's a lot to see during this year's edition of the city-wide event, so we've rounded up a few things you might want to skip

Who owns the superyacht docked outside the 2024 Venice Biennale?

The Sea Pearl has been a looming presence along the water during this week's preview

US pavilion features first Indigenous artist to have solo show

Jeffrey Gibson mixes Native American motifs with modern materials to investigate issues of identity and history

Palestine references abound at the 60th Venice Biennale

As the war between Israel and Hamas intensifies, artists in Venice use their work to make statements