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As Art Basel opens, buyers confront a 'cooling' but still very active market

Multi-million-dollar works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama and Alberto Giacometti went on the market this week as fair Art Basel opened in Switzerland Read More

 

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Françoise Hardy, French singing legend and pop icon, dies at 80

Françoise Hardy, a French singing legend and pop icon since the 1960s, has died More »

 

American investor Martin Shkreli accused of copying and sharing one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album

American investor Martin Shkreli is facing a new lawsuit for allegedly retaining and sharing recordings from a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album that he was forced to sell following his 2017 conviction on fraud charges More »

 

Billy Ray Cyrus files for divorce from Firerose after 7 months of marriage

Billy Ray Cyrus filed for divorce from singer Firerose, whose real name is Johanna Rose Hodges, after seven months of marriage More »

 

Real-life brothers-in-law Jake Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard are adversaries in 'Presumed Innocent'

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in his first TV series in “Presumed Innocent” for Apple TV+ More »

 

'The Boys,' Amazon's hit superhero satire show, will end with Season 5

Amazon Prime Video’s epic superhero satire series “The Boys” will end with its fifth season More »

 

A portrait of King Charles III was defaced in the latest act of activist vandalism

Animal rights activists pasted a cartoon image over a portrait of King Charles III at a London art gallery in the latest in a series of incidents at U.K. museums as campaigners use vandalism to publicize their causes More »

 

Jennifer Aniston launches children's book series with best 'friend' Clydeo the dog

Inspired by her beloved dog, Jennifer Aniston will soon become a children’s author More »

 

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