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Morning Links: Housing Lottery Edition

Gramercy Park, one of the neighborhoods offered in the housing lottery. VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Gramercy Park, one of the neighborhoods offered in the housing lottery.

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FEELS LIKE HOME

Artists William Powhida and Jennifer Dalton have organized a lottery that will allow eight winners to spend four nights each at either “affordable” or “luxury” housing in New York. [The Art Newspaper]

Julian Schnabel is leaving Gagosian for Pace. Why? “Ultimately, it’s about friendship. You want somebody to be on the other end of the line, which Arne always has been,” Schnabel said. In a statement, Gagosian Gallery said it never actually represented the artist.  [New York Times]

PROFILES AND INTERVIEWS

An interview with George Condo. [CNN]

“Meet the Instagram Duo Giving Art Fairs a Run for Their Money.” [W Magazine]

A profile of folk-art collectors Kendra and Allan Daniel. [New York Times]

GPS

Ai Weiwei is planning his first trip to the United States since his passport was returned to him last year. [The Art Newspaper]

SFMOMA’s new app “uses your phone’s location-sensing tech to precisely triangulate your position in the museum based on a hi-res virtual map created for the museum by Apple. That way it knows exactly where you are and where you’re going—and adjusts its audio accordingly.” [Wired]

THE ARTIST’S WAY

The modern impact of the classic self-help guide The Artist’s Way. [New Yorker]

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