The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week in One Minute

Catch up on what you missed.

BEST
Think you know Felix Gonzalez-Torres? Our recent interview with Andrea Rosen might make you re-consider the late artist’s legacy.

Over on the West Coast, hilarity ensued as mischievous teens placed a pair of glasses at SFMOMA.

Gallery dinners can be tricky to navigate, so Sarah Cascone serves up some dos and don’ts you’ll want to remember.

If you’re looking for style inspiration, you’ll want to take notes from artnet News’s roundup of the most fashionable men in the art world.

And if you’re interested in real estate eye candy, you’ll want to check out the late Zaha Hadid‘s residential project on the High Line.

Harry Macklowe and Linda Macklowe. Photo Patrick McMullan/A. Scott.

Harry Macklowe and Linda Macklowe. Photo Patrick McMullan/A. Scott.

WORST
Faega Lifetime Award winner Bernd Klüser was rejected from Art Basel.

The $300,000 sale of a Hermès Birkin broke records as the most expensive handbag to sell at auction, but PETA isn’t too happy about it.

Influential art collector Marion Lambert died last week after being struck by a bus in London.

With news of real estate developer Harry Macklowe leaving his wife Linda, a billion-dollar art collection could be at stake.

At the Shanghai Museum of Glassadults filmed as kids began breaking a delicate glass artwork.


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