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Morning Links: Terence Koh Edition

Terence Koh, for the bees and humans too look at, hello sun, 2015, oak frame, glass, pollen, honeycomb, naturally died bees, postcards, vintage colored glass slide, stamps from conflict zone around the world, cast of artist’s hands in beeswax, rock found on the top of a mountain, earth from the catskills, and honey. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ANDREW EDLIN GALLERY

Terence Koh, for the bees and humans too look at, hello sun, 2015, oak frame, glass, pollen, honeycomb, naturally died bees, postcards, vintage colored glass slide, stamps from conflict zone around the world, cast of artist’s hands in beeswax, rock found on the top of a mountain, earth from the catskills, and honey.

COURTESY THE ARTIST AND ANDREW EDLIN GALLERY

RELOCATIONS

Terence Koh on his new show at Andrew Edlin Gallery, his first show in New York since 2011: “I never had any intention of quitting the art world, I just moved to a different part of the world.” [The New York Times]

The Danforth Art Museum in Framingham, Massachusetts, is being forced to vacate its space after its boiler failed to pass state inspection. This means that the museum will have to relocate its entire collection by September 1. [The Boston Globe]

MUSEUMS

Lucinda Barnes is resigning from her position as chief curator of the UC Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive. She leaves her position on June 29. [SF Gate]

Developer Craig Robins has gifted 100 artworks to the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Meanwhile, Jorge M. Pérez has also gifted the museum large-scale works by Ernesto Neto and Pablo Atchugarry. [The Miami Herald]

‘IS IT ART?’

A 17-year-old put a pair of glasses on the floor of SFMOMA, and people thought it was art. After he posted pictures of his prank on Twitter, one user replied, “modern art is fucking stupid but it’s a perfect scam to gain money from idiot’s.” OK! [Buzzfeed]

AUCTIONS

The Four Seasons is dissolving, which means that everything in the restaurant is going up for auction. Among the many things you can buy: chairs by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Eero Saarinen. [Bloomberg]

A John Constable sketch that’s being described as “pivotal” is leading Christie’s 250th anniversary sale. It’s estimated to sell for between £12 million and £16 million ($17.7 million–$23.5 million). [The Art Newspaper]

PHOTOGRAPHY

Prepare for the Met Breuer’s Diane Arbus show with this tidy history of how she ended up becoming a photographer. [The New York Times]

Annette Kelm at König Galerie in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

ART AND DRUGS

This really strange history of art and drugs ties a stylistic change in Jeff Koons’s work to the release of Prozac, among other things. [Spike]

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