From Capote to Basquiat, the pop artist’s glittering ‘visual diary’ of the last years of his life is seen for the first time
In further news: study finds US film critics overwhelmingly white and male; woman sues father over Basquiat
Why can’t New York get over its ‘bad old days’?
Barbican, London, UK
The week kicks off with major exhibitions opening across town ahead of Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2017
Dana Lixenberg wins the 2017 Deutsche Börse Photography Prize; David Adjaye received a Knighthood
85 Joan Miró works to stay in Portugal following public outcry; Barbican to host the UK's first large-scale show of Jean-Michel Basquiat
‘Eureka’ moments, painterliness and cinema's inferiority complex - a brief history of artist biopics