From Banksy’s Big Day in London to Jeff Koons’s Wilting Tulip Sculpture: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week
Catch up on this week's news—fast.
Jessica Lange’s Lens – The actress takes a new stance—behind the camera this time—with photos made in homage to Bob Dylan.
Frieze Frame – artnet News’s editor-in-chief has sussed out the most impressive works on display under the white tent in London.
Record for Ruscha? – A text painting by Ed Ruscha headlining a Christie’s auction next month could shatter the artist’s current record, with an estimate of up to $40 million.
New Museum, New Contracts – Unionized workers at the New Museum struggled through negotiations to win better wages and benefits.
White Cube Expands – Jay Jopling is expanding his London-based gallery, White Cube, to Paris, though the gallery says it has nothing to do with Brexit.
Museum Patron Punished – A patron of Paris’s Palais de Tokyo posted a nasty Twitter rant against teen climate crusader Greta Thunberg, and the museum swiftly cut ties with him.
#MeToo Accuser in Trouble – A judge in India ruled that an anonymous Instagrammer must be named after his or her account made allegations against artist Subodh Gupta.
Jeff Koons’s Wilting Tulips – After years of controversy, Jeff Koons unveiled his bouquet-of-tulips sculpture in Paris.
Vendettas Against Art – What could possess someone to attack a work of art? We highlight nine startling cases of artistic aggression.
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