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Thea Westreich Art Advisory Services Changes Hands
Art Swindler Luke Brugnara Threatens Judge With Retribution
Artist Rupi Kaur Criticizes Instagram for Censoring Photo Showing Period Blood
Richard Avedon Exhibition To Open in Philadelphia, Its Only US Venue
Betty Churcher, Former Director of the National Gallery of Australia, Is Dead
Saitama in Japan Launches New Triennial in 2016
Prado Reveals Newly Restored Michelangelo Sculpture Destroyed During Spanish Civil War
Street Artist FLOOD Shames Bill Cosby on the Streets of Manhattan
Former Steps Singer Ian "H" Watkins Opens Painting Show
artnet Auctions Appoints Asian Art Specialist Nina Lippman
More charges to be filed in the case against the billionaire art dealer.
In Hancock's alternative art universe, the biggest villains are "Vegans."
The jewel-encrusted baubles remain at large.
John Kerry previously helped free one of the criminals for murder.
Will Helmut Newton and Lee Friedlander Smash Records at Christie's, Sotheby's, and Phillips Photography Sales?
Alfred Stieglitz’s portrait of Georgia O’Keeffe is expected to fetch $600,000.
Could this truly be the world's best movie museum?
THE DAILY PIC: A supermodel as symbol of the public's demands.
Get up close and personal with Leonardo.
And read what Van Gogh had to say about drunken night prowlers.
Rush defended the Rose Art Museum against a sell-off attempt.
Thanks to a friend, Twombly discovered the picturesque town of Gaeta, Italy.
A Chanel bagel bag with schmeer? Don't mind if we do.
Despite a dramatic seizure of the collection by the FBI, charges were never filed…
Teresita Fernández, Rashid Johnson, and the Myth Makers usher in the spring season.
Visionary but reclusive billionaire Soichiro Fukutake speaks at Japan Society.
Nazi loot or Red Army loot?
He claims he didn't know he had a Picasso on his hands.
THE DAILY PIC: Breakdancers act out what happens to people in hoodies.
Colin Gleadell finds much activity at London’s recent low-value auctions.
Don't get ripped off by unscrupulous art dealers.
The sculpture park, set on 100 acres in Edinburgh, has acquired some new works.
Catch up on this week's most-clicked stories.
Is the art and design fair becoming too predictable for its own good?
See which art spaces are shaking things up in the kale chip–eating borough.
What now for the world's first LGBTQ artist residency?