The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week in One Minute
See what you missed.
Lorena Muñoz-Alonso went to Sotheby’s London to see the hidden gems at the upcoming ‘Bowie/Collector’ sale.
The art collector, patron, and writer Maryam Eisler is debuting her own Georgia O’Keeffe-inspired photography in London, and it is racy.
There’s still time to see some of our Editors’ Picks, as the High Line gets ready to host a political performance inspired by Zoe Leonard’s timely 1992 work I want a president.
We celebrated Robert Mapplethorpe’s legacy (and what would be his 70th birthday) with 11 of his charming and poetic quotes.
Self-described “international art promoter” Hamilton Moura Filho‘s Facebook account was suspended after he posted an image of Caravaggio’s nude Cupid.
Did Vincent van Gogh cut off his ear because of his brother’s wedding? A new theory emerges.
Picasso‘s electrician admits to lying at an earlier trial, and reveals some serious family drama.
A judge in New York Supreme Court has ruled that London dealer Fabrizio Moretti’s $6 million lawsuit against David Zwirner can proceed.
And art world insiders weigh the risks of heading to the Miami fairs amid Zika scare, including fears of workplace discrimination.
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