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

Frieze is just the tip of the iceberg.

Anthea Hamilton, Kara-Sutra (After Mario Bellini). Courtesy of Sarah Cascone.
Anthea Hamilton, Kara-Sutra (After Mario Bellini). Courtesy of Sarah Cascone.

BEST
Berlin Gallery Weekend kicked off to a great start, and artnet News compiled some of the best and worst shows on the circuit.

Christian Viveros-Fauné rounded up a tidy list of 10 powerful art lawyers.

Over on the west coast, Ben Davis weighed in on the hotly-anticipated re-opening of SFMOMA.

Marina Abramovic created an immersive, moving 3-D portrait installation, and it’s heading to New York.

It seems the future of fashion will be tech-focused, and celebrities flaunted the trend at this year’s Met Gala.

Museum of Modern Art.Photo: Courtesy of Google Maps.

The Museum of Modern Art. Courtesy of Google Maps.

WORST
Earlier this week, the Guardian’s Jonathan Jones accused Kate Middleton of ruining British art.

Marisol Escobar, fondly remembered as the undisputed queen of pop art, passed away at the age of 85.

A fire at German artist Rosemarie Trockel‘s home in Cologne engulfed millions of dollars worth of art.

The Guggenheim offered a curious reason for the delay of Maurizio Cattelan‘s 18-karat-gold toilet.

Los Angeles-based artist Ilma Gore, known for her painting Naked Donald Trump, was physically assaulted by a supporter of the Republican candidate.


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