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    Erwin Wurm, Airing Trousers, Hands Up, 1994/2014. COURTESY THE ARTIST

    Erwin Wurm, Airing Trousers, Hands Up, 1994/2014.

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    MUSEUMS, HERE AND ELSEWHERE

    Erwin Wurm discusses his “One Minute Sculptures,” which are now headed to the MAK Center for Art and Architecture in West Hollywood, California. [The New York Times]

    Seven architecture firms have been shortlisted to design the Latvian Museum of Contemporary Art. Adjaye Associates is one of them. [ArchDaily]

    Vija Celmins at Secession in Vienna. [Contemporary Art Daily]

    FELIX GONZALEZ-TORRES, HERE AND ELSEWHERE

    Hauser & Wirth, Andrea Rosen, and Massimo De Carlo are collaborating on a trio of Felix Gonzalez-Torres shows. [The Art Newspaper]

    CONTINUING EXPERIMENTS IN ART AND TECHNOLOGY

    Michelle Kuo on the little-known, and drastically under-appreciated, Experiments in Art and Technology, which happened 50 years ago and continues to influence artists today. [The Guardian]

    David Gryn, the founder of Daata Editions, talks about his website, which sells digital works by Ilit Azoulay, Jon Rafman, and Amalia Ulman, among others. [i-D]

    PUPPIES PUPPIES AND KITTIES

    Here’s a rare long-form article with the artist Puppies Puppies. He’s currently planning a Shrek parody of Duchamp’s Étant donnés for the Material Art Fair. [Artspace]

    If you’re in Oregon, you’re in luck: the Portland Art Museum has acquired My Wife’s Lovers, an 1891 six-foot-tall painting of cats romping around what appears to be the artist’s studio. [Willamette Week]

    AN UPDATE ON DOROTHEA ROCKBURNE’S MURALS

    Despite previous concerns that Dorothea Rockburne’s murals for the Sony Tower might be destroyed, the artist now says that she’s meeting with the Chetrit Institute, which may preserve them. [Hyperallergic]

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