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Morning Links: Barbara Bush Edition

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FIRST LADIES OF THE ART WORLD

“Barbara Bush makes quite the entrance at a Gagosian event.” [Page Six]

OPENINGS

A replica of an arch destroyed in Palmyra by ISIS went on view today at Trafalgar Square, in London. [The Art Newspaper]

Art Hawaii International, a fair modeled after Art Basel, plans to bring high-profile galleries to Honolulu this fall. [Pacific Business News]

After terrorist attacks earlier this year, the Millennium Iconoclast Museum of Art plans to open in Molenbeek, a suburb outside Brussels with a high Muslim population. [Reuters]

UPCOMING SHOWS

The Tate’s 2017 exhibition schedule includes a massive survey of queer British art, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the decriminalization of male homosexuality in England. [The Guardian]

The National Gallery of Victoria is planning a massive 700-work David Hockney survey. It will include the art the British Pop artist made using an iPad. [The Guardian]

THE “SHAZAM OF THE ART WORLD”

Magnus is looking to be the “Shazam of the art world.” Created by Larry’s List cofounder Magnus Resch, the app can identify artists, titles, and mediums. [The Creators Project]

ARTISTS

Alexis Rockman on his paintings: “I’m a pop artist who uses natural history, and its history, as the basis of my work.” [The New York Times]

Eileen Quinlan at Miguel Abreu in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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