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Morning Links: Biennial Edition

The Sweet William Dwarf plant, which is a biennial.WIKIMEDIA

The Sweet William Dwarf plant, which is a biennial.

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Brooklyn gets its own biennial. [NYT]

Filmmaker and artist John Waters will perform his one-man show at Cincinnati’s FotoFocus biennial. [The Art Newspaper]

Hammer Museum announces “Made in L.A.” biennial prizes. [The New York Times]

“Designs for three permanent public works of art due to be installed in central Sydney have sparked debate about their artistic merit, been ridiculed on social media and forced selectors to publicly back one of the artists over claims his work is not original.” [The Art Newspaper]

More from the Brooklyn Bridge flag artists. [The Guardian]

“Why eBay is an art forger’s paradise” [The Daily Beast via Art Market Monitor]

A proposed Swiss law that bans tobacco sponsorships may spell the end of Davidoff’s relationship with Art Basel. [Basler Zeitung via Artnet News]

Olafur Eliasson layers riverbed within Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark. [Designboom]

Von Bonin, Jensen, Krebber: “We not” at Daniel Buchholz. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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