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Morning Links: The Broad Edition

Installing the 2,000 works of art that will be shown in the new Broad museum is no easy-task. A five-panel Takashi Murakami painting, for example, came in five crates, each of which was unloaded, vacuumed, pushed onto dollies, and then … Read More


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Morning Links: Cyber-Archeology Edition

The Whitney’s old Marcel Breuer building will become a satellite building for the Met. [SEEN]Cyber-archeologists are working to restore artwork lost to violence in Iraq and the earthquake in Nepal. [BBC]New fair Photo London, to be held this year at … Read More


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Looking at Seeing: David Hammons and the Politics of Visibility

Last spring, Mike Spano, the mayor of Yonkers, New York, a city of about 200,000 that shares a border with the Bronx, delivered his State of the City Address at City Hall. After describing Yonkers as a destination for “new-economy” … Read More


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Preview Frieze London 2014

The big moment has almost arrived. The 12th edition of Frieze London opens to the general public on October 15 in Regent’s Park, and a day earlier for invited guests. Some 60,000 people will make their way through the big tent to view work … Read More


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Young British Artist Hits Middle Age: Catching up with Marc Quinn

Ever since he sculpted a self-portrait out of his own frozen blood, Marc Quinn has enthralled the public, annoyed many critics, and been embraced by collectors. The quintessential Young British Artist is now middle-aged, but still notorious Read More


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Liu Wei: China’s Trickster Mixer-Upper

Using flea-market finds, industrial materials, mixed media, and a hefty dose of irony, Liu Wei comments on China’s memory, growth—and amnesia
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What She Did For Love: Tracey Emin Hearts Times Square

British artist’s first American public-art piece will inspire passersby to kiss—or cry Read More


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It’s About Time

The huge success of ‘The Clock’ brings new attention to other parts of Christian Marclay’s career Read More


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Chapmans’ Marked-Up Old Master Brings $1.2 Million

LONDON—An Old Master painting that sold at auction for £39,000 ($80,000) less than four years ago, recently sold for £750,000 ($1.2 million) after having been altered by contemporary artists Jake and Dinos Chapman and included in their latest exhibition at White Cube gallery, London. Read More


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The Branding of Damien Hirst

Beyond his career as creator of today’s priciest artworks, Damien Hirst is also a curator, collector, entrepreneur, restaurateur, and clothing designer. Read More


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His Shark is Worse than His Bite

Dealer Jay Jopling, the impeccably tailored son of a Tory cabinet minister, brings an air of respectability to some of Britain’s most provocative artists. Read More