The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week in One Minute
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Find out who made the cut for the 2017 Whitney Biennial—a show that promises commentary on turbulent times.
The strong results of sales during New York auction week suggest that the upper echelons of the contemporary art market will soldier on, even in uncertain times, with relatively upbeat sales at Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Phillips.
The art world is getting creative and coming up with some new terms to describe what curators do.
If you’ve got $10 million to spare and you’re looking for an historic pad in London, you could do worse than the former residence of the late fashion designer Alexander McQueen.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s upset win in the presidential election, America may lose one of its architectural greats: Frank Gehry is thinking of setting sail for France.
Stephen Bannon is one of Trump’s top picks for his new administration. Breitbart News, his platform for the so-called “alt-right,” has taken a dim view of much contemporary art.
Finally, what’s worse than when your mistress runs off with your erotic art collection, one you believe is worth some $15 million?
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