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Morning Links: 100,000-Square-Foot Edition

(Courtesy Hauser Wirth & Schimmel)

The new home of Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, which is a former flour mill. (Courtesy Hauser Wirth & Schimmel)

Hauser Wirth & Schimmel will open in a “100,000-square-foot, seven-building compound” in Downtown Los Angeles. [Los Angeles Times]

The Asia Society Museum’s director, Melissa Chiu, has been tapped to lead Washington, D.C.’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. [NYT]

Holland Cotter on El Museo del Barrio. [NYT]

“Marina Abramovic tells really funny dirty jokes.” [WSJ]

Picasso is hot among professional soccer players. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Moscow canceled its Young British Artists show due to tensions in Ukraine. [The Art Newspaper]

Five Egyptian artifacts apparently stolen from the same tomb in Saqqara over the past 13 years have been traced to Budapest and Paris. [The Art Newspaper]

On Larry Clark’s Tulsa and Teenage Lust. [The Guardian]

Billionaire art collector Jeffrey Epstein keeps a mural of a prison yard in his house as a reminder of his time in the can. [Page Six]

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