Morning Links: Kehinde Wiley Edition

Kehinde Wiley's Napoleon Leading The Army Over The Alps (2005).  COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Kehinde Wiley’s Napoleon Leading The Army Over The Alps, 2005.


Marina Abramović will have a solo show this summer, “Private Archaeology,” at collector David Walsh’s Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania. It will include her early work with former partner Ulay. [The Art Newspaper]

Roberta Smith reviews “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic” at the Brooklyn Museum. [The New York Times]

Hauser & Wirth will build a new gallery in Chelsea. [The New York Times]

These eight artists are working in the “delightfully bizarre” field of contemporary ceramics. [The Huffington Post]

See the photos of surrealist photographer Florence Henry. [The Guardian]

A new report suggests that the creative arts in the UK are becoming whiter and more middle class. [Dazed Digital]

See works by Torbjørn Rødland at STANDARD (OSLO). [Contemporary Art Daily]

Arty music videos too often rip off artists. [Hyperallergic]

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