Monuments and artworks are at threat from microbes – if the moths don’t get them, that is
From Brian Sewell to Justin Bieber, the best of last week’s tittle-tattle from the art world
Artists have always been obsessed with fruit – but avocado art might be taking things too far
A pair of self-lacing trainers has sold at auction for more than $50,000 dollars. Could you be standing on a fortune?
Wonder Woman now works at the Louvre… but will her curatorial credentials spare her bad reviews?
Invader and Bansky have stirred up authorities in Spain and the UK this week
Jeremy Corbyn’s favourite painter; a night in the Rijksmuseum; a Varsity match for trainspotters
Cats are probably taking over an institution near you
What is the President talking about when he invokes ‘Covfefe’?
Tracey Emin gets bored of her peers; artists and salad; and Pamela Anderson’s favourite museum
Posters scoffing at Theresa May’s favourite slogan have appeared across London
A fairground designed by Claudia Comte is set to be installed outside Art Basel
Auerbach’s lighter side; Eddie Izzard’s fear of fine art; and more tittle-tattle from around the art world
An artist has depicted Nigel Farage’s plane crash on a plate. UKIP says ‘Meh’.
Hillary Clinton’s hubristic confetti and Ed Milliband’s garden sculpture
A round-up of last week’s art world tittle-tattle
The North Korean regime has banned foreigners from visiting monuments to the Kim dynasty
Eight of the stranger biennial concepts of recent years
A portrait of the singer-songwriter has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery in London
Fyodor Pavlov-Andreevich pitched up at the Met Gala naked – and in a sealed box
A dead bull is causing trouble in Tasmania, while Damien Hirst has been accused of mass murder (of houseflies)