Morning Links: World’s Most Hated Buildings Edition

Tour Montparnasse, in Paris. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Tour Montparnasse, in Paris.


The first show at the Pinacothèque de Paris’s new outpost in Singapore is called “The Myth of Cleopatra.” [The Art Newspaper]

Dasha Zhukova’s Garage Museum opens in Gorky Park to invited guests on June 10, in a Soviet-era pavilion. [The Art Newspaper]

MoMA has acquired hundreds of August Sander photos. [Artforum]

4,117 delegates at the American Institute of Architects’ national convention voted to pass  a resolution titled “Equity in Architecture,” which will “strengthen the presence of underrated demographics in membership, firm leadership, and ownership.” The resolution seeks to rectify racial and gender disparities in the field. [Archinect]

Max Brand, Genoveva Filipovic, Veit Laurent Kurz, Laura Langer, Ellie de Verdier’s work in “SOAPY IV” at Grand Century in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

“Seven Leading Architects Defend the World’s Most Hated Buildings.” [T Magazine]

The Frick is planning an Anthony van Dyck show, to open March 2-June 5, 2016. [The New York Times]

Yayoi Kusama’s most recent project is a little house in West Chelsea. [The Daily Beast]

On Moscow’s contemporary art movement. [Wall Street Journal]

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