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Morning Links: Conceptualist Love Triangle Edition

A still from the new Amazon show I Love Dick.COURTESY AMAZON

A still from the new Amazon show I Love Dick.

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Passionate Affairs

The reviews are in for the TV show adaptation of Chris Kraus’s I Love Dick, and critics are liking it. The New York Times says it presents as “art TV about artists, a love triangle as Conceptual performance.” [The New York Times]

Dineo Seshee Bopape, Katja Novitskova, and more pick their favorite works in the Venice Biennale. Spoiler alert: Carolee Schneemann’s isn’t technically an art object. [Artforum]

New Museums

Have a first look at Los Angeles’s Marciano Art Foundation, which opens to the public on May 25. [Los Angeles Times]

The Louvre Abu Dhabi will reportedly open in November. Its construction is in its “final stages.” [The Art Newspaper]

Going Digital

Simone Browne writes on Mendi + Keith Obadike’s “Black Net.Art Actions,” which have been added to Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology. [Rhizome]

The Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art is holding its first GIF exhibition, starting on May 15. [The Denver Post]

Remaining Analog

Rosa Barba stubbornly insists on using analog film in a digital age with her latest show, at the Malmö Konsthall in Sweden. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Collecting

The English novelist Jackie Collins’s jewelry, art, and book collection is going up for sale at Bonhams auction house. It’s expected to fetch around $3 million. [Page Six]

An oil billionaire—whose name a British judge would not reveal—has been ordered to give his ex-wife his art collection, which is worth an estimated £90.5 million, or about $116.6 million. [The Financial Times]

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