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Morning Links: Dalí’s Lobster Telephone Edition

Salvador Dalí Lobster Telephone (1936) WIKIMEDIA

Salvador Dalí Lobster Telephone (1936) WIKIMEDIA


Salvador Dalí’s lobster telephone is among the 200 works from the Edward James Foundation’s collection to be auctioned off at Christie’s in December. [The Guardian]

Institutions and Spaces

Here is a piece on how a museum’s co-sign of an artist can add to their value. Who would’ve thought! [New York Times]

The artist Kader Attia is opening up a new three-story multidisciplinary space in Paris. Attia refers to it as a “laboratory” for exploring political and cultural concerns. [The Art Newspaper]

Maya Lin, the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C, has released plans for her redesign of the Smith College library. [New York Times]


A look into the meta political cartoon parodies of The Onion’s fictional Stan Kelly. The character is really a pseudonym of the cartoonist Ward Sutton. [The New Yorker]

On the legacy of the art of the Black Panther Party. [New York Times]

Profile of the French artist Philippe Parreno, an early member of the relational aesthetics movement. [The New Yorker]


Documentation of Will Sheldon and Gobby’s exhibition at Romeo in New York. [Sex Magazine]

Shadi Habib Allah “Biscuits and Green Sox Maaike” at Renna Spaulings in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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