Morning Links: ‘Celebrating Failure Since 1993’ Edition

K. Koch's Spewing Rubik’s Cubes. Purchased at a Boston thrift store, 2007. VIA THE CREATOR'S PROJECT

K. Koch’s Spewing Rubik’s Cubes. Purchased at a Boston thrift store, 2007.


Linda Yablonsky reports on Havana’s rich art scene. [W Magazine]

The Museum of Bad Art is celebrating its 21st birthday. [The Creator’s Project]

The $16 million SeaGlass carousel, funded by the Battery Conservatory, will open next Thursday in Lower Manhattan. The three-and-a-half minute ride costs $5 and will supposedly make you feel like a fish. [The New York Times]

Christie’s is selling 400 objects from the Arthur and Anita Kahn collection, estimated at over $50 million. Works include those by artists such as Calder, Picasso, and Matisse. [The New York Times]

Danh Vo has parted ways with his Berlin dealer, Isabella Bortolozzi, in the middle of a court case filed against them by a Dutch collector. [The Art Newspaper]

Here are the most surreal moments in Alejandro Jodorowsky’s first release in 25 years, The Dance of Reality. [Dazed Digital]

Albert Oehlen’s “Home and Garden” at the New Museum. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Art-world Instagram influencers—including Pickle, the art-loving French Bulldog—meet at public art exhibitions for “Instameets,” to generate publicity for a show in addition to showing off their individual creativity. [The New Yorker]

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