Morning Links: Second City Edition



Fashion on Display: How Clothes Became a Top Draw at Museums [The Cut]

Rembrandt late gem to be shown in UK for the first time. [The Guardian]

“The New Museum’s store has installed a new interactive window display by artist Claudia Hart. Described as an ‘augmented-reality installation in the New Museum Store window consisting of a full tea service’ in the press release, the work will be displayed until Oct. 19.” [Complex]

Sheila Hicks, 80, has remade tapestries that she created for the Ford Foundation in 1966 and that were damaged when being chemically fireproofed in the 1980s. [The New York Times]

The New York Post takes a look at how sales of Banksy’s New York artworks are faring. Not so well! [New York Post]

The Saginaw Art Museum in Saginaw, Michigan, has tapped Alyssa P. DePlonty, 25, to be its new curator. [MLive]

“The Chicago-based Terra Foundation for American Art, which funds exhibitions and research worldwide, is planning an initiative…focusing on the city’s contribution to art and design from the late 19th to the end of the 20th century.” [The Art Newspaper]

Tracey Emin did a live web chat for The Guardian. [The Guardian]

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