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Morning Links: Jim Carrey Edition

Jim Carrey paints a picture.

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Painting

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]

Market

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]

Miscellaneous

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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