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Morning Links: Christoph Büchel’s Mosque Edition

Christoph Büchel’s Venice Biennale mosque is officially closed to the public, due to safety risks. [The Art Newspaper]Artist Eric Fishl is leaving Mary Boone Gallery after 30 years. [The Art Newspaper]Christopher P. Heuer has been named associate director of the Clark … Read More


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Warsaw, Poland.


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Morning Links: Best Cities For Young Creatives Edition

Rio De Janeiro’s cultural center, Casa Daros, will close. [Artforum]Artist Walid Raad has become the third member of Gulf Labor to be refused entry into the United Arab Emirates. [Hyperallergic]Marlene Dumas’ contribution to “All the World’s Futures” at the 2015 Venice … Read More


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Morning Links: Tali Lennox Edition

Thousands of Yemeni people uprooted because of continued fighting against Al-Qaeda are using museums, as well as theaters and schools, as temporary homes. [The Art Newspaper]Ugo Rondinone’s “clouds” at Krobath Gallery in Vienna. [Contemporary Art Daily]Roberta Smith’s review of Piotr … Read More


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Kehinde Wiley's Napoleon Leading The Army Over The Alps (2005). 


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Morning Links: Kehinde Wiley Edition

Marina Abramović will have a solo show this summer, “Private Archaeology,” at collector David Walsh’s Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart, Tasmania. It will include her early work with former partner Ulay. [The Art Newspaper]Roberta Smith reviews “Kehinde Wiley: A … Read More


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How Edward Hopper Storyboarded ‘Nighthawks’

Drawings at the Whitney reveal the step-by-step process the artist used to create his iconic painting of a New York diner at night Read More


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Let It Bleed: The Frightening Scene on the Met’s Roof

A history of violence resonates in Imran Qureshi’s massive rooftop painting at the Metropolitan Museum, and in other shows by Benny Andrews, Nancy Spero, and more Read More


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Nari Ward: Poetic Justice

With haunting juxtapositions of objects at once fragile and grandiose, the Jamaica-born artist comments on liberty, democracy, and his own story as an immigrant Read More