Morning Links

Morning Links: Because the Night Edition

Charles Ray’s Boy with Frog, 2009, at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.

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Los Angeles

Frieze Los Angeles opened for a star-studded preview day on Thursday. Read a report from the floor of the fair. [ARTnews]

And check out ARTnews‘s complete coverage for the week in L.A. [ARTnews]

Patti Smith sang “Because the Night” in honor of Annie Leibovitz’s exhibition at Hauser & Wirth’s Los Angeles gallery. [The Art Newspaper]

News

A Banksy mural from 2011, Love Plane, disappeared in 2016 when it was supposedly on its way to a “street art museum” that never opened. Yesterday, the mural reappeared in Liverpool, England. [Liverpool Echo]

Japanese architect Junya Ishigami is set to construct the next Serpentine Pavilion in London’s Hyde Park. [Artforum]

New York’s Ronin Gallery, which specializes in Japanese and East Asian contemporary art, is moving from Madison Avenue to a new space closer to Bryant Park. [Observer]

Friday Reads

The book New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts explores the role of women in the “silicon prairie.” [Hyperallergic]

The two-year-old artist Lola June is making a splash in New York’s Greenwich Village, with paintings being sold for between $250 and $1,500. [The Cut]

Hugh Mangum’s photographic portraits from the turn of the century are ghostly and imperfect, and also indicative of American society at the time. His work can be seen at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. [The New Yorker]

Daniel McDermon writes on the challenges of introducing a child to art. “He loved long walks in the stroller, so I thought, why not walk him through the Brooklyn Museum? We made it about five minutes into a Mickalene Thomas show before he started fussing, then whining, then full-out wailing as I rushed out.” [New York Times]

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