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Morning Links: Don’t Slash My Christopher Wool Edition

Maroon Lake in Aspen, Colorado.JOHN FOWLER/COURTESY CREATIVE COMMONS

Maroon Lake in Aspen, Colorado.

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Frieze New York

Frieze Week is upon us in New York. A handy list of all the ARTnews coverage so far? Funny you should ask…
ARTnews

And here’s Nate Freeman’s report on what dealers and collectors thought of the first day.
ARTnews

Top Tier

“The most powerful woman in the art world,” according to the New York Times, is—wait for it … now wait some more—Lisa Phillips, director of the New Museum. She marshalled the downtown stalwart’s move to its current home on the Bowery and is now overseeing an $80 million capital campaign to double the institution’s size.
The New York Times

How the market has responded—or not—to artists in the Whitney Biennial.
Bloomberg

A nine-story digital artwork would be “the tallest public art installation in the United States,” if all goes according to plan for an LED work by artist Jim Campbell for a new San Francisco building opening in July.
SF Gate

Critic Jason Farago went to TEFAF and picked out some favorite finds.
The New York Times

Color

A man in sunglasses and a beard slashed a $3 million Christopher Wool painting at a gallery in bucolic Aspen, Colorado.
Aspen Times

Leopard prints abound—and abound some more!—in a show by Paris-based photographer Émilie Régnier at the Bronx Documentary Center.
The New Yorker

A show of Frank Stella prints entices at the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy near Boston—“an exhibition so rollicking that it is, in the end, exhausting.”
Boston Globe

Check out some intensely vibrant artworks by Rosson Crow featuring hallucinogenic desert scenes with titles like Vibrational Dazzle in the Cactus Garden and Big Bend Border Bloom.
Los Angeles Review of Books

Reverence

The Philadelphia Museum of Art acquired two video works by Bruce Nauman, including his awesome catwalk strut-fest Contrapposto Studies.
The New York Times

Why not join Hito Steyerl and Anton Vidokle for some heady morning conversation?
e-flux

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