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Morning Links: Inauguration Day Strike Edition

Protesters at Trump Tower November 10. WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Protesters at Trump Tower November 10.



A group of over 130 artists and critics, including Cindy Sherman, Richard Serra, and Joan Jonas, have signed a petition urging cultural institutions to shutter on Friday, January 20–the day of President-elect Donald J. Trump’s inauguration. [New York Times]

Here is author John Scalzi’s 10-point plan for getting creative work accomplished during the coming reign. [Los Angeles Times]

Trump’s proposed Reagan-style tax reforms could have a big effect on nonprofits who benefit from charitable giving. [The Art Newspaper]


For the art market in 2017, “uncertainty is the name of the game.” [The Art Newspaper]

Across The Pond

Over in England, a giant 250-foot-long wind turbine blade created by the multimedia artist Nayan Kulkarni is to be erected in the center of the city of Hull, a process that has required a “complex logistical plan.” [The Independent]

Lennon Gallagher–the 17-year-old son of Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher–is now a male model. [Dazed]

Students, staff, and alumni of the London college Central Saint Martins are set to open a temporary art school at Tate Modern this week. [The Art Newspaper]


James Fuentes has installed a group of bust sculptures by the artist John Ahearn on the outside of its Delancey Street gallery. [Bowery Boogie]

Documentation of the Studio for Propositional Cinema’s exhibition at Kunstverein Düsseldorf. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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