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Morning Links: Georgia O’Keeffe Edition

Georgia O'Keeffe, The Barns, Lake George, 1926. COURTESY CHRISTIE'S

Georgia O’Keeffe, The Barns, Lake George, 1926.



The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has acquired a rarely seen 1926 abstract painting of the artist’s, titled The Barns, Lake George. [NPR]

Scientists have made an intricate high-tech scan of prehistoric art on a sandstone ceiling in the French Alps. The paintings were located at an altitude of approximately 7,000 feet. [Fox News]


The Persian rug may not be long for this world. “High-quality production of hand-woven carpets is no longer sustainable on the migration route of the nomads.” [The New York Times]


Marianne Boesky’s Chelsea space is expanding into the building next door, therefore doubling its size. Her Lower East Side gallery will close, however. [The New York Times]

Triple Canopy is moving to Chinatown, in a space that will be designed by architects Leong Leong. [The New York Times]


A retro L.A. diner called Johnie’s Coffee Shop will be throwing a party for Bernie Sanders, complete with pro-Bernie artwork. [Eater]


Auctionata will auction off a “battle-scarred” skeleton of a stegosaurus this Saturday. [The Art Newspaper]

Elaine Cameron-Weir’s “snake with sexual interest in own tail” at VENUS Los Angeles. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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