Morning Links: Other Criteria Edition


Other Criteria.


New York Mayor Bill De Blasio says German artists who placed a white flag atop the Brooklyn Bridge should be prosecuted. [New York Post]

The guy who smashed the Ai Weiwei vase at the Perez Art Museum Miami has pled guilty and apologies. [Local 10]

The Andy Warhol Museum will digitize the artist’s films, which is quite the
task. [The New York Times]

Billionaire Leon Black’s Phaidon Press buys Artspace. [Bloomberg]

The New York Times’s Critical Shopper column reviews Damien Hirst’s
newly arrived SoHo shop, Other Criteria, which is named after the Leo Steinberg classic. [The New York Times]

Ukraine’s culture ministry has asked museums to put their works into storage. [The Art Newspaper]

Jay McInerney bought an Eric Fischl watercolor of a cheetah at the artist’s benefit auction for the Wildlife Rescue Center. [Page Six]

“Art lovers all over the world can log on to the Tate website and control four robot guides that were test-driven by Space Oddity astronaut Chris Hadfield.” [The Guardian]

“Three companies linked to Helge Achenbach, the German art adviser who
was arrested on suspicion of fraud in June, filed a bankruptcy
petition at the Düsseldorf Magistrate’s court on 7 August.” [The Art

Simon Denny will represent New Zealand in Venice. [Artforum]

Hito Steyerl at Andrew Kreps. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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