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

Featuring the Instagrams of Burning Man and nine stolen Warhols.

Photo: Instagram/@burningman.

BEST
1. Savvy art world women like Kristine Bell, Angela Westwater, and Andrea Rosen let us in on some secrets to their success.

2. The discovery of a massive, 4,500-year-old monument next to the famed Stonehenge site captured our attention.

3. Say what you will about Burning Man, but the festival certainly produced some incredible Instagram shots.

4. We compiled images of some of James Turrell‘s best works around the world.

5. We look at the exhibition of the collection of Luciano Benetton, the biggest collector of little art, recently on view in Venice.

Andy Warhol, Sigmund Freud, from from "Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century," 1980. Photo via TMZ.

Andy Warhol, Sigmund Freud, from from “Ten Portraits of Jews of the Twentieth Century,” 1980. Photo via TMZ.

WORST
1. The Daily Mail revealed another clue in their ceaseless quest to identify Banksy.

2. A thief stole nine of Andy Warhol‘s portraits of Jewish icons and replaced them with fakes.

3. Anish Kapoor‘s controversial sculpture Dirty Corner fell victim to vandalism again, this time by a band of anti-Semites.

4. Kapoor later made the decision not to remove the offensive graffiti.

5. American artist Dahlia Yehia was tragically beaten to death in Nepal while there to aid in earthquake relief.

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