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Morning Links: Solange Edition

The cover of the limited-edition version of Solange's 2013 EP, True, designed by Mickalene Thomas.TERRIBLE RECORDS

The cover of the limited-edition version of Solange’s 2013 EP, True, designed by Mickalene Thomas.



Here’s a look at the possible arts policies of French presidential candidates Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. [The Art Newspaper]

Michael Cooper: “South Dakota, a largely rural, politically red state that voted decisively for Donald J. Trump in November, is also a prime recipient of money from the very arts endowment that the president wants to eliminate.” [The New York Times]


Solange recently performed at the Menil Collection in Houston and the Pérez Art Museum Miami. Through this link are photographs of those shows. [Saint Heron]

Kimberly Drew, the creator of the Black Contemporary Art Tumblr, interviewed Solange in Palm Springs. [W]


A headline: “Dog who was dumped by a breeder works at an art gallery now.” That gallery? The Hole in New York, naturally. [The Dodo]


Jerry Saltz attends Glenn O’Brien’s closed-casket viewing at the Frank Campbell Funeral Home, and writes about the “kind of ragtag cross-generational School of Athens of the New York avant-garde” that assembled there. [New York]


Painter Sally Hazelet Drummond, a member of the storied Tanager co-op in New York at the middle of the last century, died. She was 92. [Louisville Courier-Journal]

The great Anni Albers is having a moment, with shows on deck at the Guggenheim Bilbao and Tate Modern, among other places. [The Art Newspaper]

A variety of photographers, including Joel Meyerowitz, pick their favorite shots from Robert Frank’s The Americans. [The New Yorker]

Artist Maynard Monrow, who has advised collector Beth Rudin DeWoody for eight years, gets the profile treatment on the occasion of his show at Gavlak Gallery in Palm Beach. [Palm Beach Daily News]


Here’s how the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia counts its visitors. [Barnes Foundation/Medium]

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