Morning Links: Best Cities For Young Creatives Edition


Warsaw, Poland.


Rio De Janeiro’s cultural center, Casa Daros, will close. [Artforum]

Artist Walid Raad has become the third member of Gulf Labor to be refused entry into the United Arab Emirates. [Hyperallergic]

Marlene Dumas’ contribution to “All the World’s Futures” at the 2015 Venice Biennale. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Slate considers what other historical works of art would look like if Fox News were given the chance to censor them. [Slate]

The first work from Cornelius Gurlitt’s hoarded art collection, Matisse’s Femme assise dans un fauteuil,  was given back to the heirs of its original owner, French art dealer Paul Rosenberg, today. The painting was stolen from Rosenberg by the Nazis during WWII. [The Art Newspaper]

As part of the King’s Cross public arts program, a freshwater swimming pool has opened up in the middle of a Central London construction site. [The Art Newspaper]

“Paris is tired. New York is obsessed with success, and London is just extortionate. Berlin is reaching saturation point”: the new best creative cities for young artists. [Dazed Digital]

“At NADA Art Fair, Collecting for Pleasure, Not Status”: Roberta Smith reviews NADA. [The New York Times]

Rob Pruitt’s daily paintings of Obama debut at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit today. [Detroit Free Press]

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