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Morning Links: One Direction Edition

'Midnight Memories.' (Courtesy Columbia Records)

‘Midnight Memories.’ (Courtesy Columbia Records)

Terry Gilliam starts in on his seventh attempt to make a film adaptation of Cervantes’s Don Quixote. [Telegraph]

“London artists start New York-style gallery hopping: Mark Wallinger joins Hauser & Wirth, while Dexter Dalwood moves to Simon Lee gallery.” [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s the artist list for the Hammer Museum’s “Made in L.A.” biennial. [Artforum]

Nancy Holt on her Sun Tunnels in April 1977. [Artforum]

Barack Obama apologizes to an art historian. [The Art Newspaper]

Marion Maneker speculates that 1Direction boy band member Harry Stiles took Hov’s advice and bought a Basquiat. [Art Market Monitor]

“National Gallery unveils German art it once sold off as ‘ugly.'” [The Guardian]

“Morning and Evening Asylum” at Off Vendome… [Contemporary Art Daily]

…and Tanya Leighton. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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