Morning Links: Amanda Ross-Ho Edition

Blue Glove Left #1 (2014) by Ross-Ho.COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THE APPROACH

Amanda Ross-Ho, Blue Glove Left #1, 2014.


Here’s a look at the Paris Photo fair, the largest photography fair in the world. [The Wall Street Journal]

The Lab, an alternative music and art space in San Francisco, will hold “a 24-hour performance-art-piece-as-fund-raiser that will bring together members of the city’s underground for a Jerry Lewis-style broadcast live via YouTube.” [T Magazine: The New York Times]

Here are the Bloomberg and Wall Street Journal auction season round-ups: “Len Riggio , chairman of Barnes & Noble, said he intended to bid on a few items in Christie’s sale, but rivals outpaced him. ‘I feel like I’m surrounded by gladiators in this shiny big arena,’ he said. ‘Everyone wants to put their money somewhere, but what are these guys going to do, buy another house or keep $3 billion in the bank? No, they all want to put a little bit in art.'” [The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg]

Here’s a look at Damien Hirst’s new series, perhaps called “Black Scalpel Cityscapes” (though that doesn’t sound right), down in White Cube São Paolo. [Artnet]

Activists have been quick to save art from the Hong Kong protests. “A new group — Umbrella Movement Art Preservation, or UMAP — has ‘rescue team members’ on the ground, armed with cellphones and ready to mobilize volunteers to evacuate art on short notice. They have received offers of help from sympathetic truck drivers and about a dozen private galleries.” [The New York Times]

Chicago advocacy group Friends of the Parks is suing George Lucas over plans for his lakeside museum. [Page Six]

Jenny Uglow on the late J.M.W. Turner. [New York Review of Books]

Amanda Ross-Ho at The Approach in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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