Morning Links: Tote Bag Edition



Roberta Smith on “Carry That Weight,” a Columbia University senior thesis project and protest against the school’s handling of sexual assault. [NYT]

Painter Frank Auerbach visits the John Constable show at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum. [The Guardian]

Richard Avedon’s former studio manager is moving ahead with a “Avedon Behind the Scenes” book despite threats of copyright infringement from the Richard Avedon Foundation. [Page Six]

Here’s a photo of Tracey Emin standing in front of Courbet’s l’Origine du Monde (1866). [@simondepury/Twitter]

Frank Expósito at ArtRio, including a politically charged event with Oscar Murillo. [Artforum]

Michael Kimmelman on the new section of the High Line. [The New York Times]

“The British Museum in London – complete with all of its exhibits – is to be recreated in the video game Minecraft. The project is part of the Museum of the Future scheme, which aims to expand the institution’s appeal.” [BBC]

“A hundred and one years after Duchamp assembled his Bicycle Wheel (1913), setting in motion what remains one of the most influential ideas in modern and contemporary art, a group of over 50 artists are celebrating the legacy of the readymade in the exhibition ‘What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me’, which will open at The Fine Art Society in London next month.” [Artnet]

“The family of Marilyn Riseman has given her extraordinary personal fashion collection to the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. Much like the late Boston socialite’s larger-than-life personality, the collection is enormous, numbering some 700 pieces, ranging from a red coat dress by Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto and black-and-white ankle boots by Chanel to a motorcycle jacket by Rick Owens and a black parasol trimmed in feathers by Sonia Rykiel.” [The Boston Globe]

How to divide your art in the event of a divorce? [The Wall Street Journal]

Heres a brief overview on the market for art glass [The Wall Street Journal]

Glenn Ligon will design a tote bag to raise money for Harlem’s Studio Museum. [The Wall Street Jourmal]

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