Jeff Koons

At Museo Jumex, Mexico City, the father of the readymade gets overshadowed by bluster

By Fanny Singer

In further news: Venice introduces tourist tax ahead of biennale; Jeff Koons embraces automation

By Frieze News Desk

‘Trawling the junkyard landscapes that surround us and hauling things into the museum, these artists offer a way out of our materially saturated culture’

By Kirsty Bell

In further news: fears grow over ‘Salvator Mundi’; Dutch government face Nazi-art lawsuit; heritage sites lost in Yemen war

The US artist has been told to pay €135,000 after copying a 1985 advertising campaign by the French fashion label

Nathaniel Kahn’s new HBO film works on the assumption that money and power is all anyone in the art world is interested in

By Dan Fox

In further news: Tate remembers London’s forgotten women heroes; Pop artist Mel Ramos dies aged 83

In further news: Pro-refugee obelisk to stay in Kassel, Natural History Museum under fire over Saudi event

In further news: San Francisco decrees 30 percent of public art must depict women; Dutch museums find Nazi-looted art

The American artist is accused of plagiarizing an advertising campaign for his USD$3.7M Fait d’Hiver sculpture

Serpentine swimmers complain about Christo’s floating pyramid; and Hermitage’s psychic cat is a World Cup oracle: the latest in art world silliness

By In the Name of Art

In further news: po-mo architecture in the UK gets heritage status; Kassel to buy Olu Oguibe’s monument to refugees