Chris Carter finds refuge from Europe’s tourist hordes in these peaceful holiday destinations.
Articles written by Chris Carter
Venerable auction house Sotheby’s has been snapped up for $3.7bn, says Chris Carter. But there’s plenty of action for investors at the other end of the art market too.
Leonardo da Vinci’s reputation has come under scrutiny, says Chris Carter. Is the criticism fair?
The Maldives is packed with luxury resorts, but these three stand out, says Chris Carter.
The whereabouts of Salvator Mundi, the supposed painting by Leonardo da Vinci has remained a mystery, says Chris Carter. Until now.
When scaling Mount Everest doesn’t quite cut it anymore, tourists will just have to aim higher, says Chris Carter.
From an 11th century French chateau with a Picasso to a quirky Aberdeenshire pub with a Man Ray, five of the best hotels with art on display.
Paintings are going for record amounts, but is art in a bubble? Chris Carter reports
Chris Carter enjoys the slower pace of life in New Zealand’s South Island.
Chris Carter heads to New Zealand and sets out on a quest from Hobbiton to a destination determined to keep foreign visitors out.