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Morning Links: Salvation Mountain Edition

Salvation Mountain. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Salvation Mountain, in the Colorado Desert.

COURTESY WIKIPEDIA COMMONS

Studio Museum in Harlem is opening a solo Stanley Whitney show in July. [The New York Times]

A second 20-square foot Mmuseum will open in TriBeCa, displaying the closet of Sara Berman. [The New York Times]

New York architectural historians and husband and wife Mark Wigley and Beatriz Colomina will curate the 2016 Istanbul Design Biennial. [Artforum]

Artist George Ferrandi creates subway “interventions” by simply relaxing in public. [Hyperallergic]

“The rise of the private art ‘museum.'” [The New Yorker]

Top-end art sales are slowing down. [The New York Times]

The Boston Public Library’s  missing prints were probably an inside job. [Gawker]

The weirdly beautiful architecture of Cuba’s national art schools. [Slate]

On the preservation of Salvation Mountain after creator Leonard Knight’s death last year. [The Press Enterprise]

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