The New York Times previews Donald Judd’s revamped studio in Soho, soon to open to the public. [NYT]
“On Thursday, at Open House Gallery downtown, Bugaboo, the Dutch stroller that has become synonymous with stylish, upwardly mobile New York moms, planned to show off its new collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation with accompanying frozen hot chocolate from Serendipity and tunes by 9-year-old DJ Fulano.” [WSJ]
Export ban places on Raphael drawing in an attempt to keep it in the UK. [The Guardian]
MoMA plans first sound exhibition, Christie’s nabs a Pollack, and Sotheby’s wins a big estate. [NYT]
How do you sell damaged art? [The Art Newspaper]
Sean O’Hagan on William Eggleston. [The Guardian]
Here are some highlights from AIPAD. [Popular Photography]
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