Sotheby's Old Masters Main Sale Proves Solid If Not Spectacular

Eileen Kinsella

A record price was paid for Panini but a Canaletto failed to sell.

Must-See Art Guide: Los Angeles

Alissa Darsa

This week's guide includes Andy Warhol, Shirin Neshat, Tom of Finland, and more.

Lena Dunham and Miranda July Talk Taboos

Cait Munro

"I was like, wow she just went there—in the best way possible."

Kurt Cobain Spurs New Grunge-Era Show

Eileen Kinsella

"Come As You Are" looks at artists who took that anthem to heart.

The restoration crew is seen gluing King Tut's beard back on at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo on August 12th, 2014. Photo: Jacqueline Rodriguez, courtesy the AP.
King Tut Restorer Transferred, Mask Can Be Fixed

Sarah Cascone

The head of restoration gets his just desserts.

Penny Liu Appointed Editor in Chief of artnet News China

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The journalist is an esteemed figure in media circles in Asia.

Murals by Shepard Fairey (OBEY)and D*Face in MálagaPhoto via: Spain Holiday
Corruption Accusations Spoil Ambitious Street Art Initiative

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

The public art project has been postponed indefinitely.

Increase in Antiquities Smuggling Busts amidst Government Crackdown

Henri Neuendorf

Over 2,200 illicit items were recovered on Wednesday.

Kathy Butterly, a.k.a. ‘Wile E. Potter'

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: Slow craft makes pots as speedy as cartoons.

Film Festival Brings Art to Subways and Malls Around the World

Daria Daniel

Digital artist Katie Torn gives us the inside scoop.

Gallery Girls, Episode Eight: Existential Crisis

Christie Chu

Twenty-somethings get caught up with love and booze in the art world.

Do 3-D Prints of Old Master Sculptures Violate Copyright Law?

Sarah Cascone

Copyright worrywarts threaten to crash 3-D printing party.

Ryder Ripps Uses Jeff Koons Assistants for His Own Banality Series

Paddy Johnson

Ripps's brand has always been defined by careless bravado.

Violent Threats Force Removal of Prayer Rug Work

Coline Milliard

Zoulikha Bouabdellah's piece pays homage to strong women in the Arab world.

Why Self-Censorship of Controversial Artwork is Wrong

JJ Charlesworth

Art always offends somebody, and we need to deal with that.

Domenico Beccafumi, Painter of Steam

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: He broke the rules of Renaissance art–because there weren't any.

What You Need to Know When Art Sales Tax Investigators Knock on Your Door

artnet News

Don't even think about shipping works to New Hampshire.

Some Things to Read and Watch During Snowmageddon

artnet News

From a Dutch Master's winter scene to the "artist as debtor" conference.

Man Killed in Attack on Art Museum

Henri Neuendorf

He tried to stab passersby with two meat cleavers.

10 Art World Paintings of Snowstorms, In Case You Want More Snow

artnet News

Snow doesn't always have to get you down.

Billy Name's Shots Build the Art that Was Andy

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: Warhol's acolyte helped Andy craft the art that was him.

Alan Davie, Anamorphic Figures 1, 1958 courtesy of Goodman Fine Art
London Art Fair, Still Resolutely British and Still Selling Art Hand Over Fist

Colin Gleadell

Colin Gleadell reviews the fair and reports the best sales.

Gallery Girls, Episode Seven: Gallery Opening

Christie Chu

Twenty-somethings get caught up with love and booze in the art world.

Karon Melillo DeVega, Money Laundering. Photo: via Fine Art America.
Dr. Doom Warns of Art-World Money Laundering in Davos

Sarah Cascone

Does the art market need better oversight? Nouriel Roubini thinks so.

Your Art Agenda: 8 Things to Do This Week

artnet News

The Outsider Art Fair, Postcards from the Edge, and museum bigwigs in conversation.