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Morning Links: Shut-Down Shia LaBeouf Art Project Edition

Installation view of Shia LaBeouf's recently shut down art project.SHIA LABEOUF (@THECAMPAIGNBOOK), VIA TWITTER

Installation view of Shia LaBeouf’s recently shut down art project.


Short-Lived Experiences

A look inside the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s Yayoi Kusama “Infinity Mirrors” show. A tip: Visitors only get 30 seconds inside some installations. [The Washington Post]

Shia LaBeouf has officially shut down the stream of his art project about Trump after gunshots were heard nearby. [People]


Alan and Gertrude Schaffner Goldberg, the collectors whose holdings will be on view in 2019 at San Francisco’s Mexican Museum, show us their wall. [The New York Times]

Dmitry Rybolovlev, a collector who was once embroiled in a lawsuit with his dealer, sold three works at a loss of $100 million. This auction season, he will likely sell more pieces—and lose more money. [Bloomberg]

The Arco art fair in Madrid is looking to attract Latin American collectors this year. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s a guide to this year’s LA Art Book Fair. [LAist]

Aruna d’Souza on Wangechi Mutu at New York’s Gladstone Gallery. [4Columns]

Eric Wesley at Bortolami’s outpost in Cahokia, Illinois. [Contemporary Art Daily]


The Pérez Art Museum Miami has received a $200,000 matching grant from the Knight Foundation. [Artforum]

The Marciano Art Foundation in Los Angeles has set its official opening date for May 25. [Los Angeles Times]

Going Online has bought the popular art-sharing website DeviantArt for $36 million. [TechCrunch]

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