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Morning Links: Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th Birthday Edition

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In honor of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday, the Guggenheim Museum will celebrate this Friday by offering admission at just $1.50. There will be cake. [Curbed]

Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi is now a curator of African art at the Cleveland Museum of Art. [Artforum]

Grayson Perry’s Serpentine Galleries show in London may be titled “The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!,” but if Adrian Searle’s review is to be believed, it won’t live up to its title. [The Guardian]

Relaxation Techniques

At the Austrian Cultural Forum in New York, Martin Roth has created a field of lavender lit by fluorescent bulbs, each of which is powered by Donald Trump’s tweets. [Salon]

Joan Jonas’s trippy Gavin Brown’s Enterprise show features several hypnotic meditations on birds and one video installation featuring sparkly lights. Here’s a look around the exhibition. [Contemporary Art Daily]

A Collecting 12-Step Program

Bob Nickas offers 12 steps for collectors who want to build a better relationship with art and artists. [Affidavit]

Artists on Their Art

John Akomfrah on the role of violence in his essayistic video installations. [Los Angeles Review of Books]

Alejandro González Iñárritu, the director of The Revenant, discusses his virtual-reality project about immigration currently on view at the Fondazione Prada in Milan. [The Art Newspaper]

What Dan Colen Did Today

Dan Colen will have his first major solo show in London, thanks to Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery. [The Art Newspaper]

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