Morning Links: Gold in Miami Edition

Alicja Kwade's KOHLE (1T Rekord) at the "Gold" exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art.

Holland Cotter looks at a compendium of the artist Ray Johnson’s letters, entitled “Not Nothing.” [NYT]

Some modest galleries are making a killing selling less-than-stellar art to less-than-serious buyers. [NYT]

“Gold,” a new exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach, displays gold-inflected works from a dozen different artists. [WSJ] 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