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

Featuring Elizabeth Hurley, Frieze London, and Kate Gilmore's win.

BEST
See our picks for the best booths, artists, and Instagram posts from Frieze London. Then check out what sold.

Meet James Costos, the US Ambassador to Spain, and his partner Michael S. Smith, two pioneering art collectors who opened their Madrid residence for viewing.

Check out the seven artists who are influencing this year’s most cutting-edge fashion designers.

Larry Gagosian quietly sold one of his Upper East Side homes for a cool $18 million.

Brooklyn artist Kate Gilmore took home the $200,000 juried grand prize at this year’s ArtPrize competition.

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WORST
The Victoria & Albert Museum kicked British actress Elizabeth Hurley out of bed—literally.

A museum researcher at New York’s American Museum of Natural History came under fire for killing a rarely-observed bird for “research purposes.”

Ben Davis on why Williamsburg’s new Rumney Guggenheim Gallery is “dopey and fundamentally pointless.”

Actor Ryan O’Neal sued Richard Bernard Francis, a former trustee of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation, over an Andy Warhol portrait of the late actress.

Renowned German photographer Hilla Becher is dead at 81.


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