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Morning Links: Potato Problem Edition

Many potatoes. (Photo by graibeard/Flickr)

Many potatoes. (Photo by graibeard/Flickr)

Roberta Smith handily demolishes James Franco’s show at Pace. [NYT]

Spain pays tribute to El Greco 400 years after his death. [NYT]

“MoMA curators ponder Polke potato problem.” [ARTnews]

Charles Ross sells his co-op for $27 million. [WSJ]

Fulton Ryder now represents Genieve Figgis. [Sex Life]

Six artists on the closing of Pearl Paint. [New York]

Auction previews have arrived. “Major works by Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol and Mark Rothko are set to fuel Christie’s auction of postwar and contemporary art in New York next month with a target of $500 million.” [Bloomberg]

“Winners of the 2014 Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award announced.” [Artforum]

Isabelle Cornaro at Hannah Hoffman. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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