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

Catch up on what you missed.

Gordon Parks, Untitled, Miami, Florida (1970). Courtesy of and copyright the Gordon Parks Foundation.
Gordon Parks, Untitled, Miami, Florida (1970). Courtesy of and copyright the Gordon Parks Foundation.
Art Basel in Basel 2015 | General Impression Photo: © Art Basel

Art Basel in Basel 2015 | General Impression. Photo © Art Basel.

BEST:
Are you read for Art Basel? Here’s who to network with at the fair.

Christie Chu gives her 10 most exciting millennial artists.

In this edition of Artiquette, Sarah Cascone tells us how to dress for success.

Curator Francesco Bonami isn’t afraid to tell artnet News that curators are “delusional.”

The late, great boxer Muhammad Ali‘s artwork heads to auction. See Gordon Parks’s classic photos of him in a new exhibition, too.

John Oliver forgives a mountain of debt with the push of a button. Courtesy of YouTube.com.

John Oliver forgives a mountain of debt with the push of a button. Courtesy of YouTube.com.

WORST:
Ben Davis takes a closer look at the Debt Collective’s claim that John Oliver ripped off their idea for his $15 million collection stunt.

A visitor at SFMOMA elbowed Andy Warhol‘s 1963 Triple Elvis [Ferus Type] painting.

The Louvre can’t catch a break.  In the aftermath of recent flooding, a fire erupted outside the museum.

Artist Tunga dies of cancer at 64. He was one of the leading Brazilian artists of his generation.


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