A polar bear authenticates a Pollock painting?

This painting definitely is(n't) a Pollock. Photo.
This story in the New York Times looks at the conflict between forensic evidence pointing to the authorship of a painting and expert aesthetic analysis authenticating the authorship of the painting.

This particular example, a painting by Jackson Pollock (or not), brings up the weird possibility: what if Jackson Pollock put this paint on this surface, but it's still not a "Pollock"?

How much is that painting worth?

This triptych sold for $142 million. Photo.

A director at auction house Sotheby's explains the pricing of expensive art.

Longstanding celebrity crush

There are few absolute Truths in this world, but here's one: the more I hear from Bjork, the more I love her. Here she explains the tiny city of television.