Morning Links: Georgia O’Keeffe Museum Edition

O’Keeffe’s “Jimson Weed (White Flower No. 1), 1932.

O’Keeffe, Jimson Weed (White Flower No. 1), 1932, which is to be sold.

“Georgia O’Keeffe Museum to Auction 3 Paintings” [The New York Times]

Sotheby’s will go all out with the collection of Bunny Mellon: “Sotheby’s plans a nine-day extravaganza, starting on Nov. 10, eventually turning over the galleries on all 10 floors of its New York headquarters to display what was on the walls and in the cupboards of the five homes she shared with her second husband, Paul, the son of the financier Andrew W. Mellon.” [The New York Times]

Kelly Crow discovers an odd letter at the Smithsonian, in which Arthur Dove appears to confront a collector about wanting to cut one of his paintings. [The Wall Street Journal]

Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev’s Istanbul Biennial next year will feature new work from 50 artists, and neurologists and oceanographers. [The Art Newspaper]

“Art judge declines to award Indigenous prize because quality ‘not good enough.'” [The Guardian]

Here’s a little look at Philadelphia’s horrifying and amazing Mutter Museum. [Newsworks]

The auction house Phillips will open a salesroom in Hong Kong. [The Art Newspaper]

Art Basel will work with Kickstarter to create projects for nonprofit art groups. [The New York Times]

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