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Morning Links: Claire Danes Edition

Danes at the 2015 PaleyFest WIKIMEDIA

Danes at the 2015 PaleyFest.


Claire Danes

Art21 host Claire Danes talks about her favorite media. She loves podcasts. [W Magazine]

Shanghai Biennale

The Shanghai Biennale has announced its full list of participating artists. [Artforum]


A piece on the forthcoming Kerry James Marshall retrospective at the Met Breuer. Marshall has always painted only black figures. “If I didn’t do it, how else were they going to be seen?” Marshall said. [New York Times]

A profile of the nail artist Naomi Yasuda, whose work was featured in a show at the Cooper Hewitt Museum this year and whose clients include Kendall Jenner, Alicia Keys, and Steven Tyler. [New Yorker]

The artist Carmen Herrera has an upcoming show at the Whitney Museum. She is 101 years old. [Wall Street Journal]

Danny Simmons—brother of Rush and Rev. Run—on his new community art center and gallery in Philadelphia. It’s called Rush Arts Philly, or RAP, for short. [Philadelphia Inquirer]


Talking to David Bennett, worldwide chairman of international jewelry at Sotheby’s, also known as the “100-Carat” man. [New York Times]

With experts fearing a drop in auction sales this fall, auction houses are offering incentives to sellers. [Wall Street Journal]


Documentation of the group show “Condition” at Showroom Mama in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. [Sex Magazine]

New photos of the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London, which reopens tomorrow after a seven-year restoration project. [The Art Newspaper]

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