The Most Infamous Moments in Art Basel Miami Beach Week History

Curated via Twitter from W Magazine’s twitter account….

In 2014, the performance artist Lena Marquise took over the booth of Vector Gallery—a since shuttered Satanic space— at the satellite Select Fair with an exhibition titled "Body as Commodity. " Usher, who was then a burgeoning art collector, decided to drop by.

According to a new poll by Insider, a whopping 45 percent of Americans now believe that the cause of Jeffrey Epstein's death was murder, not suicide. (There's no official evidence to support the claim—yet. ) Official evidence to support the theory has yet to present itself, and yet, that didn't stop one of those millions of Americans from boldly asserting his belief on the last day of this year's fair.

All these things are very relevant and you never like to see anything go to waste, but that can be re-created," he told Vanity Fair. "Worse things happen. That's quite mild. " (For the world's most expensive living artist, anyway.

Since its advent in 2002, the art fair and surrounding bacchanal has only further established itself as the only time and place in the world where, in a matter of hours, you might encounter scenes ranging from Princess Eugenie hawking wares to Leonardo DiCaprio clubbing with Kendall Jenner at 6 a. m. (Or even get Zika!

That time a 20,000-pound sculpture fell from the sky. "It sounded like a bomb," a Florida resident told the Miami Herald in 2017.

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