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Morning Links: Frank Ocean ‘Endless’ Edition

Cover art for the album Endless by Frank Ocean. APPLE MUSIC/DEF JAM RECORDINGS

Cover art for the album Endless by Frank Ocean. APPLE MUSIC/DEF JAM RECORDINGS

Frank Ocean

Tom Sachs on Frank Ocean’s new visual album Endless: “The 40-minute version is edited, but there’s something like a 140-hour version. That’s the whole thing. That exists, that’s the art piece.” [Pitchfork]

Wolfgang Tillmans talks about the inclusion of his techno track at both the beginning and end of Endless. [Pitchfork]


Here is a piece detailing SFMOMA’s acquisition of the Fisher collection. [San Francisco Chronicle]


Ukraine’s ministry of culture is calling for a boycott of a show of works by the 19th-century Crimean-born Armenian artist Ivan Aivazovsky currently on display at Moscow’s Tretyakov Gallery. Ukraine claims the exhibition is showing pieces stolen from occupied territory. [The Art Newspaper]


Friday evening, Sotheby’s set a new world record price for a British car. They sold the 1956 Le Mans–winning Ecurie Ecosse Jaguar D-type for $21.79 million at its Monterey sale. [Classic Driver]


Bansky’s Spy Booth piece in Gloucestershire, England was destroyed overnight. [The Independent]


Dana Goodyear in the Nevada desert, writing about the artist Michael Heizer’s “mile-and-a-half-long sculpture that almost no one has seen” near his ranch, titled City. [The New Yorker]

Brandon Drew Holmes at Oh Shit-Oh Shit LA, which appears to be inside of a home gym of some sort. [Sex Magazine]

Documentation of Lili Reynaud-Dewar at Clearing. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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