Morning Links: Emily Carr Edition

Emily Carr, Breton Church, 1906.WIKIART

Emily Carr, Breton Church, 1906.


Tax court ruling says you’re still an artist even if you make little money from your work. [The New York Times]

Artist Emily Carr’s first major solo exhibition in London will also include two loans from Damien Hirst’s personal collection, including a straw hat by Charles Edenshaw. [The Art Newspaper]

David Adjaye’s new Sugar Hill housing development includes a
“museum of children’s art and storytelling.” [The New York Times]

The Louvre, the National Library of France, and the Musée d’Orsay have
all turned to crowd-funding for certain projects. [The New York Times]

Here are some results from Sotheby’s Hong Kong Evening Sale of Modern
& Contemporary Asian Art, which netted $78.91 million. [Art Market

“Geoffrey Holder, multitalented artist, dies at 84.” [The New York Times]

“Met Museum considers where to house its extensive (data) collection.” [The Wall Street Journal]

“Collector donates E.J. Hughes works to Whistler’s Audain Art Museum.” [The Globe and Mail]

Kevin McGarry at Gallery Weekend Mexico. [Artforum]

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