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Kimmelman: Expanding the Frick Could Be a Mistake

In today’s New York Times, the paper’s architecture critic Michael Kimmelman presents his argument against the Frick Collection’s plan to expand. The renovation in question would involve opening the Upper East Side museum’s second floor to the public and transforming … Read More

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Mary Grace Wright Joins New York’s Bureau Gallery as Director

New York’s Bureau gallery has hired Mary Grace Wright to be its director. She joins the Lower East Side spot from SoHo’s Team Gallery, where she was associate director. Before Team, Wright was director at Chelsea’s Martos Gallery and helped start its … Read More

The Chelsea Hotel.

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Morning Links: Lawsuit Edition

The Larry Rivers Foundation sues Chelsea Hotel owner Joseph Chetrit for the return of a painting that used to hang there. [New York Post] A judge in a Washington D.C. court heard an arguments from the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s … Read More

Wallace.

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Carol Vogel May Have Plagiarized David Foster Wallace’s Times Obituary

Yesterday, Fishbowl NY reported that a recent lead by New York Times arts reporter Carol Vogel may have been plagiarized from Wikipedia. A quick survey of Vogel’s work in the the Times archives reveals four more examples of questionable repetition in … Read More

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Met President Emily K. Rafferty Will Step Down Next Year

The Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that its president, Emily K. Rafferty, will step down next year, after more than 10 years on the job. The Met’s news release notes that Rafferty joined the museum in 1976 in its development department and went on to become the … Read More

A Mercantile Novel, installation view, 2014.
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‘Oscar Murillo: A Mercantile Novel’ at David Zwirner

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‘Ragnar Kjartansson: Me, My Mother, My Father, and I’ at the New Museum

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Julian Schnabel, Ozymandias, 1990, oil, resin, gesso, and leather on sailcloth. COURTESY ROBERT MCKEEVER/©2014 JULIAN SCHNABEL/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK/COURTESY GAGOSIAN GALLERY
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‘Julian Schnabel: View of Dawn in the Tropics’ at Gagosian

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Andy Warhol, Iolas, 1974, synthetic polymer paint and silk screen on canvas. ©1974 THE ANDY WARHOL FOUNDATION.
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‘Alexander the Great: The Iolas Gallery 1955–1987′ at Paul Kasmin

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Dinh Q. Lê, The Scroll of Thich Quang Duc, 2013, C-print scroll and gold-leaf lacquer box. COURTESY P.P.O.W.
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‘Dinh Q. Lê: Warp, Woof, Zero, One’ at P.P.O.W.

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Adriana Varejão, Polvo Portraits I (Seascape Series), 2014, 
oil on canvas and paint set, triptych. COURTESY JAIME ACIOLI.
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‘Adriana Varejão: Polvo’ at Lehmann Maupin

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Sarah Charlesworth, Bowl and Column, 1986, 
Cibachrome with lacquered wood frame, two panels. COURTESY MACCARONE.
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‘Sarah Charlesworth: Objects of Desire, 1983–1988′ at Maccarone

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Anne Doran, Rack #5, 1991, black-and-white photographs, honeycomb aluminum, and aluminum bars. COURTESY INVISIBLE-EXPORTS.
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‘Anne Doran: Photo-works (1985–1991)’ at Invisible-Exports

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Rochelle Feinstein, Love Vibe (detail), 1999-2014, oil on canvas, six paintings. COURTESY STELLAR RAYS
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Rochelle Feinstein at On Stellar Rays

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