Frieze Schedule Rattles Art World, Damien Hirst Plots an Art Basement, and More

Art news for October 22.

Damien Hirst, 'For the Love of God, ' 2007. (Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd./Getty Images)
Damien Hirst, ‘For the Love of God, ‘ 2007. (Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd./Getty Images)

Statue identified as long-lost Donatello.

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SF MoMA’s expansion is on schedule–and it met its fundraising goals–incredibly.

Frieze scheduling change puts dealers with plans for FIAC in a frenzy.

Nasty backsplash from suspect Indian dealer Kapoor deepens.

Pianist Kirill Gerstein has artistic differences with the 92nd Street Y, cancels concert

Damien Hirst’s $60M London mansion will include a basement dedicated to art storage.

Frieze Schedule Rattles Art World, Damien Hirst Plots an Art Basement, and More