Best and Worst of the Art World This Week in One Minute
Featuring Tina Fey and Banksy.
Depending on who you are, this could fall on either side of the fence: Sotheby‘s will grant buyouts to 80 employees. If you’re one of them, we’re guessing you’d place it in this column.
Check out Michael Lutin‘s art world astrological predictions for the coming year.
Jeff Koons is being sued for plagiarism—again. But this time, it’s over a work Koons created in 1986 that the plaintiff claims he didn’t see until this year. Given the artist’s ubiquity, we find that a little hard to believe. Here’s what the experts think.
It appears that $900,000 in cash was allegedly stolen from Chicago’s Field Museum by an employee over the course of seven years.
Babacar M’Bow has been placed on paid leave from the Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami following an employee’s allegations that the controversial director was “hostile.”
Protesters are targeting beloved comedienne Tina Fey for her support of an expansion plan by the American Museum of Natural History.
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