Morning Links: Tali Lennox Edition

Thousands of Yemeni people uprooted because of continued fighting against Al-Qaeda are using museums, as well as theaters and schools, as temporary homes. [The Art Newspaper]

Ugo Rondinone’s “clouds” at Krobath Gallery in Vienna. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Roberta Smith’s review of Piotr Uklanski’s “Unblinking Gaze,” now on view at the Met. [The New York Times]

IKEA art worth approximately €10 was placed in the galleries of the Museum Arnhem in the Netherlands, and it received glowing reviews from expert museum-goers. [Hyperallergic]

Next month, the Columbus Museum of Art will feature nurse-related artwork in an exhibition titled “Shine On: Nurses in Art.” [The Columbus Dispatch]

The director of the Clark Art Institute in the Berkshires, Michael Conforti, is retiring. He had held this position since 1994. [The New York Times]

For its first year, Cristopher Cichocki’s new Epicenter Projects, which challenges contemporary artists to create experimental and site-specific works, is showing seven exhibitions at the San Andreas Fault. [The Creator’s Project]

Nate Freeman’s review of Tali Lennox’s first exhibition of her paintings at Catherine Ahnell Gallery in Soho. [New York Observer]

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