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New Industrial Parks #23 (1974) by Baltz.COLLECTION OF THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY

New Industrial Parks #23 (1974) by Baltz.

COLLECTION OF THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY

Photographer Lewis Baltz has died. [The Washington Post via Artforum]

Here’s an interview with Paul Chan, who just won the Hugo Boss Prize, despite “not making art” for the past few years: “It’s been a real pleasure wasting money and losing time, but that’s what it is really.” [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s Bob Morris at the Creative Time sleepover: “But it’s not a real pajama party,” said Anne Pasternak, the organization’s president and artistic director, “unless someone loses some panties.” [The New York Times]

The total is in for Bunny Mellon’s estate: $218 Million. [The New York Times]

The Met has received a gift of 57 works by African-American artists from the South from collector William Arnett’s Souls Grown Deep Foundation. [The New York Times]

Julian Bell on the Met’s Cubism show. [The New York Review of Books]

Miya Ando’s After 9/11 sculpture will be installed in London’s Olympic Park in the spring of 2015. [The Art Newspaper]

Renovations at the Wadsworth Atheneum will reveal a Sol LeWitt wall drawing to the public in an area previously used for offices. [Hartford Courant]

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