Morning Links: Pickle Edition


Pickle, the art-loving French bulldog looking at Roxy Paine’s Checkpoint (2014) in Denuded Lens at Marianne Boesky Gallery.


Deborah Luster has been named the 2015 Gardner Fellow in photography at Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. The honor carries with it a $50,000 stipend for a project and the publication of a book. [Photograph]

The increasing length of video works is becoming a presentation problem. [The Art Newspaper]

See Liz Craft’s exhibition, “The Secret Lives of Spiders,” on view now at Jenny’s in Los Angeles. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht, on view from March 13-22, known as a leading marketplace for Old Masters artworks and antiques, is defying expectations by launching “Night Fishing,” an exhibition of sculptures by eight contemporary artists. [The Art Newspaper]

In a few weeks, Berenice Abbott’s science photos, such as those of a wave pattern hitting a glass plate and the fixed center of mass of a swinging wrench, will be among the many highlights of “Revelations: Experiments in Photography,” an exhibition at the Science Museum in London that showcases science photography from the late 19th century to the present day. [The Guardian]

“It’s a myth that a passion for creative expression is a one-way ticket to unemployment.” [The Wall Street Journal]

A French bulldog named Pickle, who helped launch Artsy’s inaugural Instagram event series, #ArtWorldSpaces and showed up at fairs around the city last week, is becoming the art world’s favorite blogger. [The Daily Beast]

Read about Art Central, a new Hong Kong fair that’s running at the same time as Art Basel Hong Kong. [The Telegraph]

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