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Morning Links: Emerging Artists Edition

Emma Sulkowicz. COURTESY CREATIVE TIME

Emma Sulkowicz.

COURTESY CREATIVE TIME

EMERGING ARTISTS

Emma Sulkowicz’s first solo art show is opening at Coagula Curatorial in Chinatown on February 27. [LAist]

W talks to Hayden Dunham about her show at Red Bull Studios with Nicolas Lobo. [W]

ESTABLISHED ARTIST

Peter Schjeldahl on Edvard Munch. [New Yorker]

REVIEWS

Here’s a review of the new Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, designed by architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro. [Artinfo]

“Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations,” a traveling show currently on view at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut, traces a timeline of African American history through quilts. [The Art Newspaper]

CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART

Swiss collector Uli Sigg on how he became the largest collector of contemporary Chinese art in the world. [CNN]

EXTRAS

Boston’s mayor has announced that the city has selected three artists for its first artists-in-residence program:  L’Merchie Frazier, Georgie Friedman, and Shaw Pong Liu. [Boston.com]

Ericka Beckman at Cherry and Martin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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