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The Field of the Cloth of Gold in 1520 was arranged as an 18-day celebration to solidify a new era of peace between England and France. It was fun—but the goodwill was short-lived.
Prankster artist Maurizio Cattelan installed his famous solid-gold potty in a British palace—and then it vanished. Performance art ... or brazen heist?
‘The Goldfinch’ survived the Delft Thunderclap, went on to become a featured character in a Pulitzer prize-winning novel—and now stars in the not-so-well-acclaimed film adaptation.