The great white sits in a tank of formaldehyde like a discount Damien Hirst.
And Dippy the Dinosaur says goodbye to London's Natural History Museum.
Here's where to find the best #artselfies at Miami Art Week.
Damien Hirst's 'Black Scalpel Cityscapes' cut at the military's "surgical strikes."
Joyful photos of kittens at a wedding, except they're dead.
These faces dwarf the works of Damien Hirst, Peter Paul Reubens, and Roy Liechtenstein.
Also, Banksy is getting his largest-ever exhibition in Rome, and the CIA and Steve Martin have great art collections.
From installation accidents, to sculptures used as murder weapons, here's a brief history of killer art.
R.I.P. Prince. Also, da Vinci's living relatives found and a fully functional solid gold toilet is coming to a museum near you.
The artist recently relaunched Pharmacy, an exhibition-cum-restaurant that served “Voltarol Retarding Agent” cocktails. It shuttered when the Cool Britannia hype died in the noughties, but chef Mark Hix is on board for a new reincarnation.
Shia LaBeouf slapped a student, and everybody hates The Met's new logo.
Hirst's medicine-themed restaurant is just what the doctor ordered.