Young dealers given chance to shine at the Parcours des Mondes

28 August 2023

Latest edition of the tribal art event in Paris now includes a special showcase for six new faces


Pangolin London: ‘5000 works handled in 15 years’

28 August 2023

Pangolin anniversary exhibition is one of several highlighting British art this autumn in London


Natural history collecting? It rocks

21 August 2023

Over the past decade the buyer profile has widened as fossils and minerals become decorative objects


Gallery run by ex-Christie’s expert holds show focusing on the ‘first US Modernist’

14 August 2023

The paintings of Arthur Dove, often considered the first US Modernist, kicks off the exhibition programme at Schoelkopf Gallery’s new space in Tribeca, New York.


Hovercraft inventor Cockerell was also a collector

24 July 2023

Among the sales at 'An Eye into the Ancient Past', the collaborative exhibition from Oliver Forge and Brendan Lynch and Claire Brown Art, was this attic black-figure amphora, dated to 500BC.


Go deep into American art

24 July 2023

African-American artists and makers from the Deep South of the US are the focus for The Gallery of Everything’s summer show.


Super shows in Scotland star wonder women

17 July 2023

Blackadder, Ramshaw and Manz under the spotlight at single Edinburgh gallery’s trio of exhibitions


Big names of British abstract art feature in colourful exhibitions this summer

03 July 2023

Colour is at the core of Zuleika Gallery’s latest exhibition, one of several to focus on British abstract art this summer.


What to watch out for at London Art Week

26 June 2023

A further selection of highlights from the London dealers’ wider-ranging showcase this summer


Great Scots: dealer exhibitions and auctions in Scotland this summer

19 June 2023

The art world in the Scottish capital and beyond is gearing up for a busy summer season


London Art Week widens decorative arts remit

19 June 2023

Collaborative London galleries event signals renewed appreciation of this collecting field


London Art Week: Exhibitor numbers back to pre-lockdown levels

19 June 2023

More than 50 dealers are taking part in London Art Week with exhibitions in their galleries or online


Sizeable Boetti show spans trio of spaces

19 June 2023

Don’t forget your walking shoes when visiting Ben Brown’s 'Alighiero e Boetti: Regola e Regolarsi'.


People power: portraits become focus of dealer events

19 June 2023

With the National Portrait Gallery about to reopen, ATG takes a look at exhibition and auctions on the theme

Enigma by John Bernard Munns

Dealers launch special celebration of portraits to honour the National Portrait Gallery

12 June 2023

Art dealers across the UK are unveiling portrait exhibitions to mark the reopening of the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) this month.


Because folk art is worth it…

12 June 2023

Dealer explains why he is holding a show instead of standing at a fair as he has done for about 40 years


Jenna Burlingham expands gallery in Hampshire

12 June 2023

Joyful, British and painted by a leading woman artist, Winifred Nicholson’s 'Tulips' captures the mood of Jenna Burlingham’s summer catalogue and show.


Masterpieces kick off busy Knightsbridge summer season

12 June 2023

Forget 'Masterpiece' – this summer Gladwell and Patterson holds 'Masterpieces', an exhibition bringing together some of the top works from its stable of artists.


Dealer news in brief including the first-ever exhibition on the Flemish Old Master Cornelis Schut

12 June 2023

A summary of news and events from around the trade including an Antwerp dealer's upcoming show focusing on the Flemish artist Cornelis Schut (1597-1655).


ATG letter: Why no Martin Brothers shows at museums?

12 June 2023

I would like to thank George Kingham of Kinghams Auctioneers and Michael Jefferies at Woolley & Wallis for organising two exhibitions to commemorate 150 years since the Martin Brothers Pottery was founded and 100 years since Robert Wallace Martin died (see ATG Nos 2587 and 2594).