O’Keeffe Museum to Invent bigger, 2022 Venice Biennale Gets Title, and More: Morning Hyperlinks from June 9, 2021
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IT HAS BEEN LESS THAN TWO MONTHS since Hauser & Wirth launched its latest division, in Monaco. Now it is miles has any other on the style. The Swiss behemoth urged the Los Angeles events that this also can honest add a 2d Los Angeles location , taking on a onetime classic automobile showroom in West Hollywood. This also can honest have 5,000 sq. toes of exhibition house. Its fortress in Downtown Los Angeles has about 20,000 sq. toes for galleries, in contrast. Luxuriate in that sprawling venue, this one can have a cafe, though the chef has no longer but been named. The agency is focusing on a fall 2022 opening. The gigantic announcement is accessible in the wake of fellow blue-chipper (and extinct industry partner) David Zwirner signing a lease on a Hollywood location, based mostly fully mostly on Artnet News.
THE GEORGIA O’KEEFFE MUSEUM IN SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO, is planning to manufacture a 54,000-sq.-foot new museum at a location that is now house to its schooling center, the Related Press studies. Its latest location, nearby, will feature as an annex. “The group has grown and grown and grown, and our facility has no longer kept up,” the museum’s director, Cody Hartley, urged the AP. “This future building will preserve us for years.” The designate is $60 million, and 2024 is the which you can deem opening date.
Cecilia Alemani, the inventive director of the 2022 Venice Biennale, launched at the fresh time that the major exhibition will seemingly be titled “The Milk of Dreams,” after a e book by Surrealist Leonora Carrington. [ARTnews]
A block of 4 “Inverted Jenny” stamps supplied by shoe king Stuart Weitzman supplied for $4.9 million at Sotheby’s, a file for U.S. stamps at public sale. David Rubenstein, of the inner most-fairness huge the Carlyle Community became once the purchaser. Proceeds from its sale, and three other uncommon collectibles parted with by Weitzman, will whisk to charitable causes.
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The venturesome sound artist and musician Yoshi Wada has died at the age of 77 in New York. Wada labored with the area Fluxus collective and conceived of wildly experimental compositions and installations, about a of which could perchance be performed by of us with none instrumental ride. [Artforum]
The Bavarian Say Painting Collections has declined to refer a Picasso it holds to a panel that advises on disputes sharp works looted or supplied at some level of the Nazi era. The heirs of its onetime house owners argue it became once supplied below duress. The series says that became once no longer the case. [The New York Times]
Artist Rashid Johnson’s latest mission is a radiant crimson stage in Astor Pickle in Manhattan. The nonprofit Inventive Time is programming an gigantic array of dwell events on it, and three days per week are “originate to artists and passersby to set off and steal on the opposite hand they please.” [Curbed]
Frail museums administrators Terrie Sultan and Robin Nicholson have joined with the museum consultancy Hudson Ferris to create a brand new neighborhood called Art Museum Ideas @ Hudson Ferris. Sultan ran the Parrish Art Museum in the Hamptons unless 2020, the identical twelve months Nicholson departed as director of the Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia. [Press Release/ArtDaily]
Giant news day for pot! Washington scream has started a effectively-named “joints for jabs” campaign, and 20 rare cannabis seeds have supplied at public sale for around $16,500, in a kit form out NFT art work. It’s an effort to combine “swish art work, digital currency, and luxury cannabis” in the phrases of the organizing neighborhood. [Business Insider]
LIFE FINDS A WAY. It sounds as if a fresh effort to ventilate an exhibition of Raphael tapestries at Madrid’s royal palace by opening its windows led to unforeseen : pigeons paying a seek the advice of with. (It’s some distance extremely major love birds with taste.) There are studies of pigeons (and their droppings) right via the items in the native press. On the opposite hand, Spain’s nationwide-heritage officers acknowledged in a assertion, reported on by the Guardian , that “none of the tapestries has suffered any damage in anyway at any time.” Ultrasonic devices have since been installed to preserve the birds at bay. [The Guardian]
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