Is the art trade ready for new EU law calling for tough action on "dirty money"?
Many dealers say new regulations on money laundering will be almost impossible to comply with
Bada sells majority stake in Chelsea fair to Masterpiece founders
The event will be renamed The Open Art Fair and will launch in March next year
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang designer's giant machine sculptures up for auction
Rowland Emett's Cloud Cuckoo Valley automata will be for sale at Bonhams in September and on view in August
After UK's ivory ban, European Commission also considering tighter regulation
Consultation has started with a 62-page report commissioned from wildlife monitoring network
UK art market recovered in 2018, with hike in exports to UAE while trade with Switzerland declines
Global art and antiques imports and exports in and out of the UK increased last year but are yet to reach the levels seen during the 2015 peak
Sketchy Brexit fails to smudge Paris drawings fair
Sales at the Salon du Dessin continued to be brisk regardless of turmoil in UK parliament
Vexed issue of vetting: force for good or conflict of interests?
Tefaf Maastricht's removal of art trade professionals as voting members of its vetting committee raises the wider question of the role of self-policing by fairs
Hard, soft or no-deal: how the UK art market is preparing for Brexit
Costs, paperwork and shipping delays are among gallery concerns, but experts say there are solutions
UK art imports slump as Brexit looms
Falling pound may account for 21% drop in 2017, but exports to China have risen by 350%
Art businesses ill-prepared for new EU data protection law
Data privacy is getting a long-overdue overhaul with GDPR, but is the art market ready?
UK museums' right to charge image fees is called into question
Campaign for institutions to free up photographs of out-of-copyright works is backed by legal experts