Morning Links: Jimmy Page Edition


Jimmy Page.


MoMA PS1’s James Turrell has been closed for over a year, pending renovations. Lots of fascinating moving parts on this one. [The New York Times]

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is set to begin work on a new $2.5 million building next week. [Bangor Daily News via Artforum]

Jeff Koons will interview Jimmy Page at the 92nd Street Y for some reason. [The Art Newspaper]

The Glasgow School of Art will hold a conference in Venice on how to rebuild after its library was destroyed by a fire in May. [The Guardian]

Jean McNicol on the National Portrait Gallery’s Virginia Woolf show. [London Review of Books]

The Witte Museum is building a $60 million expansion, which will 65,000 square feet to the San Antonio institution. [KSAT 12]

Nashville gets its first “art park.” [The Wall Street Journal]

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