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Morning Links: Martha Stewart’s Frieze Appearance Edition

Stewart with an enemy and a friend at Frieze.MARTHA STEWART/VIA INSTAGRAM

Stewart with an enemy and a friend at Frieze.



Martha Stewart attended the Frieze New York art fair this weekend and posed for a picture with Andres Serrano photographs of her friend Snoop Dogg and her foe Donald Trump. [E! Online]

Oh no! This Sotheby’s auctioneer sold his life at auction for $2.5 million. [The Onion]

After two decades of working together, Tracey Emin has left Lehmann Maupin gallery. [The Art Newspaper]


Christine Macel discusses curating this year’s Venice Biennale, which she calls “a passionate outcry for art and the state of the artist.” [The New York Times]

Museums Around the World

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has officially filed a proposal to start charging non–New Yorkers admission fees. [The New York Times]

A show at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts explores how music influenced Marc Chagall. [CBS News]

Peter Schjeldahl reviews the Jewish Museum’s Florine Stettheimer retrospective. [The New Yorker]

Here’s a look around the Hammer Museum’s Jimmie Durham retrospective, which travels later this year to the Whitney Museum. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The Political Arena

A mural featuring a man chipping away at the European Union logo has been confirmed as Banksy’s first comment on Brexit. [The Guardian]

With Emmanuel Macron having whomped Marine Le Pen in the French presidential election, gallerists around the country are feeling relieved. [The Art Newspaper]


A map on Facebook now tracks art events happening around the world. At the moment, North America and Europe have the most active art communities. [Quartz]

We know you love those Jeff Koons handbags for Louis Vuitton, so fear not—you can buy them while you’re in Venice for the Biennale. [Gareth Harris/Twitter]

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