Homeland Graffiti Reads ‘Homeland Is Racist,’ Gagosian & Deitch’s Unrealism, and More

Alexander Calder, 'Antennae with Red and Blue Dots' 1953,

Alexander Calder, Antennae with Red and Blue Dots 1953.

Graffiti on Homeland set reads “Homeland is racist.” Whoops. Guess someone who reads Arabic should have been on hand.

Speaking of sets, “Empire” is essentially a tour of contemporary art by African-American art on camera.

“Unrealism,” a collaborative show between Larry Gagosian and Jeffrey Deitch, hits Miami in December.

The list of exhibitors for NADA at Art Basel Miami is out. It’s shorter this year, as the fair has been moved to the Fontainebleau, a more central but smaller locale.

Australian politicos pissed there is a bare ass depicted in art hanging in their parliament building. Wimps.

Alexander Calder mobile set for display at Tate Modern in London.

Homeland Graffiti Reads ‘Homeland Is Racist,’ Gagosian & Deitch’s Unrealism, and More