Laurie Anderson sues for $180,000 still owed to Lou Reed by a concert promoter. [New York Post]A rising tide lifts all boats? Scott Reyburn examines the “bad art” market. [The New York Times]“Cuba is in talks with the Bronx Museum to organize the first major exhibition by a U.S. museum in the country, according to local reports. The show would be part of the 12th edition of the Havana Biennial next year, and could be followed by an exhibition in New York in 2016 that would feature work by Cuban artists.” [The Art Newspaper]Holland Cotter looks at the writing of Ray Johnson. [NYT]London’s National Gallery is now allowing visitors to take photographs. [Art History News via @TylerGreenDC]Here’s how the Aspen Art Museum won municipal approval for its new building. [Aspen Journalism]Megan Francis Sullivan at Mathew. [Contemporary Art Daily]
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