Morning Links: Malevich Edition

Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915TATE

Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915.


“In his Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit, New York gallery owner Gary
Tatintsian says Connecticut dealer Lev Nussberg sold him [some 165] fakes starting in 2006.” Among the works are a number of disputed pieces attributed to Malevich. [New York Post]

On the recent restoration of David Novros’s mural at Donald Judd’s 101 Spring Street home. []

All Things Considered looks at museum deaccessioning. [All Things Considered/NPR]

Here’s a profile of the Los Angeles-based For Your Art’s Bettina
Korek. [The Wall Street Journal]

Tony Wood on Malevich. [London Review of Books]

Pussy Riot meets Free Cooper Union at Occupy Wall Street. [@PussyRiot/Twitter]

“A Napoleonic medal cabinet has been saved from export from the UK
after a successful fundraising campaign to buy it for the permanent
collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.” [The
Art Newspaper]

“nature after nature” at Kassel’s Fridericianum. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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