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

Featuring Paris Hilton's ill-advised ABMB debut.

Paris Hilton. Image: Courtesy of ParisHilton.com.
Larry Achiampong, one of the 50 most exciting artists in Europe. photo: via larrycahiampong.com

Larry Achiampong, one of the 50 most exciting artists in Europe.
Image: Courtesy of the artist’s website.

BEST
Here’s what top art dealers like AcquavellaPeres Projects, and Long March Space are bringing to Art Basel in Miami Beach.

Brad Pitt went on a top-secret art gallery shopping spree in Berlin, where he may have scooped up works by Ed Ruscha and Ólafur Elíasson.

Listen up! Here are the 50 most exciting artists in Europe right now, including Ed FornielesCamille Henrot, and Matthew Lutz-Kinoy.

An artist is obsessed with learning more about the CIA’s secret art collection, which features work by Washington Color School painters.

For Transgender Day of Remembrance, we honored 15 inspiring transgender artists who refuse to be invisible.

Paris Hilton. Image: Courtesy of ParisHilton.com.

Paris Hilton.
Image: Courtesy of ParisHilton.com.

WORST
Poet and artist Ashraf Fayadh was sentenced to death in Saudi Arabia over charges of apostasy and abandoning his Muslim faith.

New York’s Park Avenue Armory postponed a dinner featuring Marina Abramović after reports emerged that she was ill.

Does Paris Hilton‘s late-night DJ set mean Art Basel in Miami Beach is officially uncool?

Consider these art-ruining situations as you plan how to transport artworks home from Miami.

Miami is about to be more congested than usual this year, thanks to the closure of the Venetian Causeway, one of just three thoroughfares between Miami proper and Miami Beach. Plan accordingly.


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