Artist Chloe Wise Remakes Chanel Bags Out of Bagels and Pancakes

Cait Munro

A Chanel bagel bag with schmeer? Don't mind if we do.

Don Miller with his collection, demonstrating how to use a paddle for a South American dugout canoe. Photo: Rob Goebel, courtesy the Indy Star.
Death of Real-Life Indiana Jones Tomb Raider Don Miller Leaves Massive Artifact Collection in Limbo

Sarah Cascone

Despite a dramatic seizure of the collection by the FBI, charges were never filed…

The 1 Must See Art Event In New York This Week: Meet the Creator of Naoshima Art Site

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Visionary but reclusive billionaire Soichiro Fukutake speaks at Japan Society.

Tate Britain Photo via: threestalbanslodg
Tate Halts Restitution Process of Looted Constable Painting

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Nazi loot or Red Army loot?

Police Confiscate $16 Million Picasso From Framer Who Claims It Was A Gift

artnet News

He claims he didn't know he had a Picasso on his hands.

For Curator's Office, Jefferson Pinder Captures Ferguson as Dance

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: Breakdancers act out what happens to people in hoodies.

Who Says the Lower End of the Art Market Is Suffering?

Colin Gleadell

Colin Gleadell finds much activity at London’s recent low-value auctions.

Art Law on Getting Your Consigned Art Back from a Bankrupt Gallery

Aaron R. Cahn

Don't get ripped off by unscrupulous art dealers.

Mika Rottenberg and Tara Donovan Headline Jupiter Artland's Outdoor Sculpture Season

Eileen Kinsella

The sculpture park, set on 100 acres in Edinburgh, has acquired some new works.

Cheat Sheet: Klaus Biesenbach, Larry Gagosian, Nude James Turrell Tours, and Controversy at MACBA

Cait Munro

Catch up on this week's most-clicked stories.

Booth of Portuondo at PAD Paris 2015Photo: Courtesy of PAD
PAD Paris 2015, Delightful and Predictable in Equal Measure

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

Is the art and design fair becoming too predictable for its own good?

Forget Chelsea—The 15 Brooklyn Art Galleries You Need to Know Now

Christie Chu

See which art spaces are shaking things up in the kale chip–eating borough.

Home of Fire Island LGBTQ Artist Residency Destroyed in Freak Fire

Brian Boucher

What now for the world's first LGBTQ artist residency?

Italian Police Bust Art Smugglers and Seize $16 Million Picasso

Sarah Cascone

Authorities also recovered an $8.7 million ancient Roman statue.

Death at Larry Gagosian's New York Mansion Sparks Investigation

Cait Munro

The deceased worker was helping to complete a $70 million, four-year redesign.

Rirkrit Tiravanija, untitled (Eau de RRose of Damascus), 2015 Image courtesy of Sharjah Art Foundation Photo by Shanavas Jamaluddin
Eungie Joo's Cautious Sharjah Biennial Fails To Engage with Reality

Coline Milliard

A strong list of artists simply isn't enough.

The Michelin Man's Lesson: 25 years ago, Björk at MoMA Was Unthinkable

Blake Gopnik

THE DAILY PIC: MoMA was once so "high", even the best "low" was a threat.

Singapore Mourns its Founder Lee Kuan Yew with Deluge of Exhibitions

Zoe Li

Thousands queue for hours to bow before his coffin.

The Cooper Union's Foundation Building, in New York's East Village.
Cooper Union Alumni and Students Strike Back at President's “State of Cooper Union" Report

Brian Boucher

They call the president's report "rife with bald-faced inaccuracies."

Wim Wenders, Sebastião Salgado, and the Backstory of How Salt of the Earth Was Made

Jordan Riefe

Salgado and Wenders illuminate how artists can begin to heal the Earth.

Gama, Manöver (Maneuver)
Must-See Art Guide: Beijing

Alissa Darsa

This week's guide includes Liu Wei, Gama, Aniwar Mamet, and more.

Basquiat and His Journals Unbound at the Brooklyn Museum

Cait Munro

Personal reflections from 'the mind of a master.'

Bjork's Art Proves to Be Better In Print Than In Person

David LaGaccia

Out this week, it's a beautiful book, let's get that out of the way.

Pablo Picasso Bust of a Woman>/i> (1953) Photo: © Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2015 / Photo Avraham Hay
Israel and Germany Mark 50 Years of Diplomatic Ties with Exchange of Masters and Political Art in Defiance of Boycott

Hili Perlson

Even the work of boycott supporters will make it to Tel Aviv.

Peter Paul Rubens, Portrait of a Young Girl, possibly Clara Serena Rubens (circa 1620–23).
Rubens Painting Cast Off by Metropolitan Museum as a Copy Authenticated as Real—Oops

Sarah Cascone

It's the real thing.

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