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

Catch up on what you missed.

Steve Schapiro, David Bowie, New Mexico, 1975.Photo: courtesy of Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe.
Steve Schapiro, David Bowie, New Mexico, 1975.
Photo: courtesy of Monroe Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe.

BEST
Before David Bowie‘s art collection sells at auction in London, Sotheby’s New York had a massive public viewing.

On the subject of national treasures, an episode of Antiques Roadshow features a Victorian masterpiece worth $36 million.

Andy Warhol once illustrated a portrait of Mickey Mouse on a pair of panties.

Sarah Cascone rounded up the best quotes from David Hockey’s new book on art history, the masters, and why we love selfies.

The first part of “Mysteries of the Gallery Girl” made its debut.

And here’s who showed up to the Mugrabis’ star-studded wedding.

Installation view David Kordansky Gallery at EXPO Chicago. Courtesy David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.

Installation view David Kordansky Gallery at EXPO Chicago. Courtesy David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles.

WORST
Dealers reported a sluggish start to this year’s EXPO Chicago.

New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art laid of dozens of staffers.

The art world wasn’t too pleased with the way the first presidential debate went down on Monday night.

A judge was “stupified” by arguments on the first day of the Wildenstein tax fraud trial.


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