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    Morning Links: Fashionable Cindy Sherman Edition

    A Cindy Sherman photograph that appears on the cover of an upcoming issue of Harper's Bazaar. COURTESY HARPER'S BAZAAR AND THE ARTIST

    A Cindy Sherman photograph that appears on the cover of an upcoming issue of Harper’s Bazaar.



    The March issue of Bazaar has covers by Cindy Sherman. These new photographs come out ahead of her upcoming show at Metro Pictures, which opens in May. [Harper’s Bazaar]

    And, in other Cindy Sherman–related news, the Broad is planning a survey of the photographer’s work. [The New York Times]


    Modern and contemporary auctions at Phillips and Sotheby’s, both at their London locations, came in short of their estimates. Does this signal a bubble bursting, or is it just a correction? [The Art Newspaper]


    The Davis Museum, in Wellesley, Massachusetts, is currently holding “The Game Worlds of Jason Rohrer,” the first museum retrospective ever dedicated to a game designer. [The New York Times]

    Starting in 2019, Paris’s Grand Palais is closing for at least two years for renovations. How the building looks afterward might affect Monumenta commissions and FIAC. [The Art Newspaper]

    Bjarke Ingels and his firm Bjarke Ingels Group will design the Serpentine Galleries’ 2016 pavilion. [Artforum]


    Rising rents are forcing galleries out of Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood in a trend that’s becoming all too familiar in cities across America. Here’s an in-depth look at how gallerists are affected. [Chicago Magazine]

    Hiroki Tsukuda at Friedrich Petzel in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]


    Trevor Paglen reveals the newest graphic for the latest U.S. spy satellite. [Trevor Paglen/Twitter]

    A look at Frieze editor Dan Fox’s new book, Pretentiousness, which is about exactly what its title says it is. [The Guardian]

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