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Girl with Balloon, which appeared to self-destruct at a Sotheby’s auction last week, has been reborn

In further art world madness: Basquiat heads to Broadway, and Disney’s spray-painting drone

By In the Name of Art

Katharina Cibulka has stitched ‘As long as the art market is a boys’ club, I will be a feminist,’ across her alma mater’s facade

In further news: MOCA Detroit suspends Jens Hoffmann after harassment allegations; Met refuses to remove ‘suggestive’ Balthus painting

‘Conflicts of interest’ may have cost Beatrix Ruf her Stedelijk job but the problem doesn’t just lie with individuals – it’s structural too

By Stefan Kobel

The staggering price reached by Salvator Mundi prompts the question: what are you really buying when you buy an artwork?

By Cody Delistraty
Rendering of the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi. Courtesy: © Gehry Partners

The Emmett Till painting saga continues; Guggenheim Abu Dhabi ‘should be postponed or downsized’ says former director

In the first of a two-part series charting the internationalization of the Chinese art world, Colin Siyuan Chinnery considers the commercial sector

By Colin Siyuan Chinnery

Cabaret Voltaire looks for investors and The Metropolitan Museum unveils its new logo: a round-up of the latest art news

A visitor to the Paintings section at TEFAF Maastricht,  2013. Photograph: Loraine Bodewes

De Appel’s new course in art dealing

By Jason Farago

Might the art world’s discretion on economic matters amount to a denial?

By Jennifer Allen

Five reasons why the art world is a desperate mess, followed by five responses. Do not read the conclusion until you've read the rest

By James Elkins