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Kara Walker on Her Turbine Hall Show, Berkeley Museum Director Lawrence Rinder Will Depart, and More: Morning Links from September 24, 2019 –

Kara Walker.ANDY KROPA/INVISION/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK News Bruce W. Ferguson, the first director of SITE Santa Fe and later the head of the New York Academy of Arts and Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, died at 73. [ARTnews]Lawrence Rinder, the director of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in California, will step […]

ARTnews In Brief: Grimm Gallery Now Reps Daniel Richter in New York, and More from September 23, 2019 –

Daniel Richter, Music for Orgies, 2017, oil on canvas. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GRIMM, NEW YORK | AMSTERDAM Monday, September 23, 2019 Grimm Gallery Now Represents Daniel Richter in New York and AmsterdamGrimm Gallery, which had previously represented the Berlin-based painter Daniel Richter in Amsterdam, now also reps the artist in New York. Richter, who is best […]

ARTnews in Chicago: Collector Beth Rudin DeWoody and Artist Theaster Gates in Conversation, On the Ground at Expo Chicago, and More –

 During last week’s edition of the Expo Chicago art fair, ARTnews organized various events around the Windy City, including a preview for a Theaster Gates–organized exhibition at the Stony Island Arts Bank and a talk with Gates and collector Beth Rudin DeWoody about that show. The show at Stony Island Arts Bank, “In the Absence […]

Gagosian Continues Fight to Nix Billionaire Collector's Suit Over Delayed Sculptures From ‘Perfectionist’ Jeff Koons –

Jeff Koons.EVAN AGOSTINI/INVISION/AP/SHUTTERSTOCK A legal battle that pits billionaire collector Steven A. Tananbaum against Gagosian gallery and Jeff Koons’s studio over their alleged failure to deliver three works by the artist is raging on. Last week, Gagosian gallery told the New York Supreme Court that it would appeal a decision reached late last month that […]

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