Among the highlights of Armory Week in New York are the brunches in collectors’ homes. On Friday, lobbyists Tony and Heather Podesta opened up their loft in the Flatiron district to a just-barely-awake crowd of art-world insiders.
Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk launched his third $100,000 Future Generation Art Prize (for young talent) at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, the new scene- shaper by Zaha Hadid.
Is it a flying saucer? Or a dinosaur emerging from the bowels of the earth? The new underground extension to Frankfurt’s Staedel Museum invites odd comparisons.
Our hands fly to our ears as a deafening blast reverberates through the halls of the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin.
Justin Bieber keeps apologizing for setting off massive wailing among the teenagers he kept waiting at his first London concert this week.
White-haired, wrinkled and wiry, Heinz Mack is raking a patch of sand in a Bonn museum, the sleeves of his checked shirt rolled up to the elbow.
Jim Chanos, who’s on the board of the Tate Americas Foundation, helping acquire works from the Western Hemisphere, had an airtight explanation for skipping the openings of the Miami art fairs.