Morning Links: Artenol Edition

First issue of Artenol.

First issue of Artenol.

The painting Saul and David has been reattributed to Rembrandt. It was thought to be his work until 1969, when it was dismissed as the work of a follower. [The Art Newspaper]

The Chrysler Museum of Art’s chief curator, Jeff Harrison, will be stepping down after 33 years at the museum. [Artforum]

Talia Chetrit’s “I’m Selecting” at Sies + Hoke. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The Amati “King” cello, the oldest surviving cello built in the mid-16th century, will be on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art beginning June 11. [Press Release]

Alexander Melamid has started a new quarterly art magazine, Artenol, intended as an “a purgative for an ailing art world, a palliative for afflicted aesthetes.” [The New York Times]

Artist Nadia Plesner has published a book detailing her three-year battle with Louis Vuitton over her right to use a bag resembling theirs in illustrations she made for charity. She claims an LV lawyer told her, “If you do not stop your campaign immediately, your artistic career will end here. You will never exhibit in a single gallery or museum in your life.” [The Art Newspaper]

A Turner Prize-nominated artist, Roger Hiorns, is planning to bury a Boeing 737 jet under the ground just outside Birmingham as part of a large-scale installation. He’ll need a  £250,000 grant from Arts Council England to proceed. [The Independent]

The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has appointed Charles L. Abney III as chairman of its board of directors. [Artforum]

“Five Out-of-the-Way Art Spots With Out-of-This-World Food.” [Wall Street Journal]

A look at MoMA’s labor dispute. [The Stranger]

Copyright 2016, Art Media ARTNEWS, llc. 110 Greene Street, 2nd Fl., New York, N.Y. 10012. All rights reserved.

  • Issues