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Morning Links: September 24, 2014 Edition

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The Whitney Museum has been promised 75 photographs from the collection of Sondra Gilman Gonzalez-Falla and Celso Gonzalez-Falla, including work by Walker Evans and Robert Frank. [The New York Times]

“Winston Churchill’s granddaughter, artist Edwina Sandys, is suing a gallery owner and art curator for ruining her sculptures worth $150,000.” [New York Post]

“One of Seoul’s modern architectural treasures has reopened as a contemporary art museum. The downtown Space Group building was bought in a surprise purchase last year by Kim Chang-il, an art collector and founder of Arario galleries. The Arario Museum in Space opened its doors this month with an inaugural exhibition of Mr. Kim’s personal collection, which features over 200 pieces by 43 international artists.” [The Wall Street Journal]

Restoration work has been completed on Leonardo Da Vinci’s unfinished Adoration of the Magi. [The Art Newspaper]

Lancaster Museum of Art, Demuth Museum announce consolidation [LancasterOnline]

Pati Hill, an Author Turned Artist, Dies at 93 [The New York Times]

An interview with James Nares on his exhibition “High Speed Drawings” at Paul Kasmin [Forbes]

Artists’ Legacy Foundation awards its 2014 Artist Award to Mary Weatherford. [Artforum]

“Damien Hirst Collaborates With Deyrolle, Paris’s Treasure Trove of Taxidermy” [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

Garth Johnson has been hired as ceramics curator of the ASU Art Museum. [Phoenix New Times]

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