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Morning Links: Scootering Around Art Basel Edition

A scooter to ride around Art Basel Miami Beach with. VIA FINEARTAMERICA.COM

A scooter to ride around Art Basel Miami Beach with.

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Scooters and bicycles may come in handy at Art Basel Miami Beach, which is bound to create a pile-up of traffic, says ABC News. [ABC News]

France has named Whitney curator and director Adam Weinberg the Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters. [Artforum]

Cao Fei and John Baldessari will design cars for BMW, who, after producing them, will show them in museums in 2017. [Autoblog]

Could the art-market bubble burst soon? Ken Griffin, the founder of the hedge fund Citadel, thinks it may not be too far off. [CNBC]

HSBC has gotten drawn into a case in Monaco in which a Russian art dealer was accused of overcharging his client for paintings. [Wall Street Journal]

Barbara Lynch, one of Boston’s finest chefs, recently held a dinner at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as the culmination of her residency there. [The New York Times]

Art projects for new stations planned along Boston’s Green Line have been cancelled. [Boston.com]

On Wednesday, the Tate Britain will open “Artist and Empire—Facing Britain’s Imperial Past,” the first survey of British colonialist art. [The Guardian]

Glenn Sorensen at Annet Gelink. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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