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Morning Links: Sturtevant Edition

The cover of Hainley's book, 'Under the Sign of [sic].' (Courtesy MIT Press)

The cover of Hainley’s book, ‘Under the Sign of [sic].’ (Courtesy MIT Press)

From Carol Vogel, in case you missed it: Artnet’s hiring journalists and Amy Cappellazzo has left Christie’s. [NYT]

Plan for a TEFAF in China “falls through.” [NYT]

“Nigella left cocaine all over her house, ex-aide testifies” [Page Six]

The South African artist William Kentridge talks Nelson Mandela. [The Art Newspaper]

“The Dying Gaul” has left Rome and will be exhibited at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. [WSJ]

Steve Martin will curate a Lawren Harris exhibition at the Hammer Museum. [Los Angeles Times]

James Russell comes out swinging at NYU for its architectural decisions in the Village. [Bloomberg Luxury]

Here’s the always-entertaining Bruce Hainley on his Sturtevant book. [Artforum]

Franz Erhard Walther at Peter Freeman. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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