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Frank Stella, Gobba, zoppa e collotorto, 1985, oil, urethane enamel, fluorescent alkyd, acrylic, and printing ink on etched magnesium and aluminium. ©2015 FRANK STELLA/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK

Frank Stella, Gobba, zoppa e collotorto, 1985, oil, urethane enamel, fluorescent alkyd, acrylic, and printing ink on etched magnesium and aluminium.

©2015 FRANK STELLA/ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK

Deborah Solomon interviews Frank Stella in advance of his October retrospective at the Whitney Museum. [The New York Times]

Adrian Searle reviews the 2015 Istanbul Biennial, calling it “an overwhelming meditation on the tides of human misery.” [The Guardian]

Anish Kapoor’s Dirty Corner, currently installed in the gardens of Versailles, has been defaced yet again, this time with anti-Semitic graffiti. [Artforum]

Serpentine Galleries curator Hans Ulrich Obrist has won this year’s Folkwang Prize. [Artlyst]

Frances Stark at The Art Institute of Chicago. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Shepard Fairey will create portraits of Sid Vicious, Debbie Harry, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, and others for a Jeffrey Deitch–organized rock ’n’ roll portraits show at Sotheby’s S2 Gallery. [The Art Newspaper]

British Pop artist Peter Blake’s work can now be reworked using an app called Dazzle. [BBC News]

Sotheby’s is collaborating with Artsy for an online-only contemporary art sale in late October. [The New York Times]

Swann Galleries will auction Maya Angelou’s art collection. [WWMT]

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