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Morning Links: Jim Carrey Edition

Jim Carrey paints a picture.



Vito Schnabel admits that a recent Jeffrey Deitch survey turned him on to Walter Robinson’s work, which is now the subject of a show at his gallery in St. Moritz, Switzerland. [How to Spend It]

He’s starred in The Mask, he’s gotten critically massacred for his performance in The Number 23, and now he’s taking a spin as a painter. The man in question: Jim Carrey. [The Hollywood Reporter]

Politics and Its Discontents

Two members of Pussy Riot have been arrested after protesting the imprisonment of the Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov. [The Art Newspaper]

“Local Dipshit Planning On Fighting Trump Administration Through Art.” [The Onion]


The Seattle Art Fair, now in its third edition, has gotten bigger than ever. And if you ask the dealers with booths at the fair, the sales aren’t half bad. [The Stranger]

Christopher Knight reviews an HBO documentary about a Andy Warhol “Brillo Box” sculpture that set a record at auction. [Los Angeles Times]

After allegedly being overcharged millions for a Willem van de Velde painting, a countess is suing a British dealer. [New York Post]

The Talent

Beatriz Salinas Marambio is now the director the National Center for Contemporary Art, Cerrillos in Chile. [Artforum]


One very dedicated preparator has gotten the Lévy Gorvy gallery logo shaved into his haircut. [Twitter/Lévy Gorvy]

A look around Jirí Kovanda’s show at Lulu in Mexico City. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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