From a Photo-Taking Monkey’s Court Victory to documenta’s Financial Debacle: The Best and Worst of the Art World This Week

A guide to decoding memento mori artworks, the trials and tribulations of documenta 14, and the opening of LA's ambitious "Pacific Standard Time."

David Slater with the now infamous monkey selfie. Image © David Slater Photography.
David Slater with the now infamous monkey selfie. Image © David Slater Photography.

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The artist Eva Hesse working on sculpture in New York in 1969, a year before her death at 34. (Photo by Henry Groskinsky/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

The artist Eva Hesse working on sculpture in New York in 1969, a year before her death at 34. (Photo by Henry Groskinsky/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

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