This Abandoned Melbourne Wildlife Park Features a Decaying Shark
The forgotten great white has been sitting in a tank of formaldehyde for more than a decade.
Did Damien Hirst Copy This Artist’s Underwater Sculptures?
Jason deCaires Taylor, a neighboring exhibitor at the 57th Venice Biennale, has been making sunken statues since 2006.
This New $100M Mansion Comes with Damien Hirsts—and a Super Porn-y Promo Video
Billed as Beverly Hills' most expensive property, promotional visuals for a house called "OPUS" feature two Hirst paintings, a car museum, and a flock of gilded models.
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'Graffiti Mecca' 5Pointz to Finally Get Its Day in Court
Also in art news: a pink diamond sold for $79.5 million, and an Israeli archeologist found a 3,500-year-old pinky finger.
Artists Joined Forces to Fight the Inauguration | Last Week In Art
And Dippy the Dinosaur says goodbye to London's Natural History Museum.
13 Works Dominating Art Basel Online | Insta of the Week
Here's where to find the best #artselfies at Miami Art Week.
Damien Hirst Created Cities Out of Blades and Safety Pins
Damien Hirst's 'Black Scalpel Cityscapes' cut at the military's "surgical strikes."
Morbid Anatomy Museum Unearths Some of Damien Hirst’s Favorite Taxidermy
Joyful photos of kittens at a wedding, except they're dead.
Damien Hirst's Leaky, 'Poisonous' Artworks Are Fine, Says Damien Hirst
The controversial artist responds to his worst review.
Giant Human Heads Invade Famous Galleries
These faces dwarf the works of Damien Hirst, Peter Paul Reubens, and Roy Liechtenstein.
Fake Art Heists and Big Ceramic Dicks: Last Week in Art
Also, Banksy is getting his largest-ever exhibition in Rome, and the CIA and Steve Martin have great art collections.
When Sculptures Kill...
From installation accidents, to sculptures used as murder weapons, here's a brief history of killer art.