Morning Links: Malevich Edition | ARTnews

Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915TATE

Kazimir Malevich, Black Square, 1915.TATE

“In his Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit, New York gallery owner Gary
Tatintsian says Connecticut dealer Lev Nussberg sold him [some 165] fakes starting in 2006.” Among the works are a number of disputed pieces attributed to Malevich. [New York Post]

On the recent restoration of David Novros’s mural at Donald Judd’s 101 Spring Street home. [Theartblog.org]

All Things Considered looks at museum deaccessioning. [All Things Considered/NPR]

Here’s a profile of the Los Angeles-based For Your Art’s Bettina
Korek. [The Wall Street Journal]

Tony Wood on Malevich. [London Review of Books]

Pussy Riot meets Free Cooper Union at Occupy Wall Street. [@PussyRiot/Twitter]

“A Napoleonic medal cabinet has been saved from export from the UK
after a successful fundraising campaign to buy it for the permanent
collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.” [The
Art Newspaper]

“nature after nature” at Kassel’s Fridericianum. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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12 August 2014 | 12:48 pm – Source: artnews.com

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