Good Morning! Final Options Edition

“American Folk Art Museum considers final options” [NYT]

Christie’s is not pleased that it lost out on the sale to raise money for the Clyfford Still museum, Sotheby’s guaranteed $25 million. [Art Market Monitor]

Aperture plans Diane Arbus book for the fall. [ArtsDaily]

Former Tate staffer says tough U.K. visa rules discourage visits from foreign artists. [The Independent]

Report: Zahi Hawass successor named. [Culturegrrl]

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