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Morning Links: Artist-Run Super PAC Edition

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ARTISTS

“An unusual new ‘super PAC,’ run by artists, has cropped up on the political landscape—and it’s one that says it won’t support (or oppose) candidates or parties.” [The New York Times]

On Joe Bradley’s latest show of paintings at Gagosian. [Hyperallergic]

A profile of Jeff Koons. [Christie’s]

Paul P. at Maureen Paley in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

POETS

Peter Schjeldahl on Wallace Stevens. [The New Yorker]

INSTITUTIONS

The Brooklyn Museum has re-hung three departments’ worth of artwork in order to become “more nimble.” [The Art Newspaper]

Chicago residents are fighting to keep the city’s plans for a $1.2 billion George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art intact. [Wall Street Journal]

FAIRS

Art Dubai has appointed Myrna Ayad as its new director. [The Art Newspaper]

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