Morning Links: Texte zur Kunst Edition

The 100th issue of Texte zur Kunst.TEXTE ZUR KUNSTE

The 100th issue of Texte zur Kunst.


Deborah Solomon profiles Sheena Wagstaff, the chairwoman of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s department of modern and contemporary art. “No one has done a profile of me ever,” Wagstaff said. [The New York Times]

Clara Kim and Nancy Ireson head to Tate Modern. Kim comes from the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, where she was senior curator, and will serve as Daskalopoulos Senior Curator in International Art (Africa, Asia, and Middle East). Ireson was associate curator at the Art Institute of Chicago and will become curator of international art. [Artforum]

Kate Sutton at the 16th Jakarta Biennale and the 13th Biennale Jogja in Indonesia. [Artforum]

Big move on the gallery front: the estate of David Smith, which had been repped by Gagosian Gallery, is heading to Hauser & Wirth, which also recently picked up the estate of Philip Guston. “There is an important potential to bring him back into a context of relevance in terms of a contemporary discussion,” Marc Payot, Hauser & Wirth’s partner and vice president, said. “We will engage with a younger generation.” [The New York Times]

Isabelle Graw on the 25th anniversary of Texte zur Kunst. [Artnet]

Karen Rosenberg has an extensive interview with Jeffrey Deitch about “Unrealism,” a show he’s organized with Larry Gagosian in Miami for Basel week, and quite a few other things. [Artspace]

Sylvester Stallone and fellow actors celebrated his new movie, Creed, on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. [Associated Press/GoErie]

The superb Eija-Liisa Ahtila discusses her work, which is the subject of a major retrospective at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. [Modern Art Notes Podcast]

Here’s an excerpt from Maggie Lee’s exceptional new film, Mommy. [Sex Life]

Max Hooper Schneider at High Art. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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