Morning Links: Cortlandt Street Station Edition



Willem de Rooij’s “Character Is Fate” at Witte de With Gallery in Rotterdam. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Ruins of ancient temples and palaces in Nepal have been left unguarded after the disastrous earthquake, which lessens the chance of rebuilding one of the world’s greatest cluster of world heritage sites. [The New York Times]

A fire yesterday afternoon destroyed much of Clandon House, one of the few complete examples of a Palladian building in England. Some of the house’s paintings and furniture were saved, though a great deal was likely lost. [The Art Newspaper]

Expo Milan 2015 opens tomorrow, and 71% of the site’s construction still needs to be completed. 9,000 workers are working around the clock. [The Art Newspaper]

Artist Ann Hamilton, a professor of art at Ohio State University, will create a large-scale installation for the Cortlandt Street Station when it opens in 2018. (It was destroyed during 9/11.) [The New York Times]

Jeffrey Deitch is bringing a street art show to Coney Island, called “Coney Art Walls.” [The New York Observer]

Here are 19 of New York’s best examples of Art Deco. [NY Curbed]

An interview with the Guerrilla Girls. [The Guardian]

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