Morning Links: More Adorable Cat Art Edition

Works in "Another Cat Show" at 356 Mission Gallery in Los Angeles. (Courtesy 356 Mission)

Roberta Smith writes 1400 words about the tiny El Greco show at The Frick—just two canvases!— including these seven: “The show is, simply put, a stunner.” [NYT]

Gagosian Gallery’s outpost in Rome will haul some works a few blocks down the street to the Galleria d’arte Moderna, which is building an extension to exclusively Read More


Morning Links: Museum Submarine Edition

James Cameron's Deepsea Challenge, now at the AMNH.

Marian Goodman discusses her life, at length, with her expansive new gallery on the cusp of opening in London. [WSJ]

Holland Cotter on memory: “As a critic, I’m partly a research analyst, comparing and evaluating new data. But I’m also a curator of my memory, which carries traces of art encounters from over the Read More


Morning Links: Coffee Shop Takeover Edition


Three trustees of the Rauschenberg estate will be keeping the $24.6 million awarded to them, much to the chagrin of Rauschenberg family members. [The Art Newspaper]

The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is loaning out a good chunk of its works. [The Boston Globe]

Longtime residents of LA’s Arts District worry about the incursion of coffee shops, rising rents and fans of the television show “New Girl.” [LA Times] Read More