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Morning Links: Bicycling Richard Long Edition

Richard Long with his bicycle in 1967.COURTESY THE ARTIST/ODED HALAMMY

Richard Long with his bicycle in 1967.


Coming Attractions

Sharon Lockhart discusses her upcoming Venice Biennale project, which draws inspiration from a pioneering psychiatrist. [The Art Newspaper]

A look inside the art-related movies at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, featuring a Tom of Finland biopic and Laurie Simmons’s first feature. [W]

Certain Women

Kimberly Drew, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s social media manager, is on Essence’s Woke 100 Women list. [Essence]

Peter Schjeldahl reviews “Making Space,” the Museum of Modern Art’s show that focuses on abstract painting and sculpture made by women. [The New Yorker]

Physically Able Conceptualists

On the occasion of a new show at Houghton Hall in Norfolk, England, Richard Long discusses hiking as conceptual art and biking to keep in shape. [The Guardian]

Dean Sameshima’s latest show, at Peres Projects in Berlin, includes a diagram of a “sex mural,” among other things. Here are some photographs of works in the exhibition. [Contemporary Art Daily]


Antoni Gaudí’s Casa Vicens will finally open to the public this fall as a museum. [Condé Nast Traveler]

A Celebrity Update

At long last! Brad Pitt has been photographed coming out of his art studio, and according to one report, he looks “disheveled.” [The Sun]

And just why, you wonder, did a book of George W. Bush’s portraits shoot to the top of the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list? Jonathan Alter offers some reasons. [The New York Times]

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