Morning Links: Video Game Edition

A screenshot from the video game Kentucky Route Zero.COURTESY CARDBOARD COMPUTER

A screenshot from the video game Kentucky Route Zero.


“As collectors, art connoisseurs and institutions eagerly gear up to travel to Cuba after President Obama’s decision to loosen the economic embargo, the art scene that awaits them is sui generis: a world whose artists are cut off from supplies and the Internet and, at the same time, celebrated by a coterie of international buyers whose curiosity and determination brought them to Cuba long before talk of a thaw.” [The New York Times]

Here’s a look at Shanghai’s Power Station of Art, “one of the few public institutions in China dedicated to contemporary art,” which seems to be finding “its footing in the flourishing contemporary art scene” in the city. [The New York Times]

Dawn Chan on the year in video games. [Artforum]

“Purrfect Lovers”: Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer at the Cats-in-Residence Program at 356 S. Mission Road in Los Angeles. [Artforum]

“Transatlantic Transparency” at Mathew in New York… [Contemporary Art Daily]

And at Matthew in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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