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Morning Links: Uffizi Rearrangement Edition

Uffizi Gallery in Florence.



David Zwirner now represents the estate of photographer Roy DeCarava. Next year, in conjunction with the centennial of the artist’s birth, the gallery will stage an exhibition of his work in New York. [ARTnews]

Tanya Bonakdar will open a gallery in Los Angeles in July. The inaugural exhibition in the space will showcase work by sculptor Charles Long. [ARTnews]

Room 41 at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, Italy is now, after some rearranging of artworks, the museum’s “Raphael and Michelangelo Room.” And next month, the Uffizi’s three paintings by Leonardo da Vinci will be united in another room. [The New York Times]

Belinda Neumann Donnelly is suing her father, Hubert G. Neumann, alleging that he is responsible for botching the sale of their Jean-Michel Basquiat painting, Flesh and Spirit, at auction last month. The painting sold for $30.7 million, but Neumann Donnelly says it should’ve gone for more. [Artnet News]


Critics and artists reflect on the life and legacy of Irving Sandler. [ARTnews]

Barry R. Harwood, curator of the Brooklyn Museum’s decorative arts collection, has died. [Artforum]

Film & Photography

Here’s how Ocean’s 8 producers managed to recreate the Met Gala for scenes at the museum. [Vulture]

Take a look at photographer Masaki Yamamoto’s images of his family and the close quarters in which they lived. [The New Yorker]


HOUSING, a gallery that centers resistance to gentrification in its programming, has been forced to relocate from its space in Brooklyn. Here’s an interview with co-founder KJ Freeman about the gallery’s next steps. [Hyperallergic]

Later this month you can listen to a long-lost John Coltrane record, which features two never-before-heard tracks. [Atlas Obscura]

As part of the tenth Liverpool Biennial, the intricate Victorian flooring of St. George’s Hall will be uncovered for nine days. Here’s a piece on this rarely seen marvel and more details about festival offerings. [The Guardian]

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