Morning Links: Noticing Edition [Updated]

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As Michael Heizer’s Levitated Mass is about to open, many wonder if the reclusive artist will show his face. [LA Times]

People aren’t noticing the Corcoran. [The Washington Post]

Foster+Partners nabs a RIBA International Award for the home it built for the Sperone Westwater gallery on the Bowery, just north of the New Museum. [ArtDaily]

Two people have been arrested on charges that they attempted to break into the Huntington Museum of Art in Hungtonton, W. Va., to steal silver. [AP]

Fred Wilson is on Tyler Green’s Modern Art Notes podcast this week. [MAN]

Here’s an interview with Turner Prize-winner Mark Wallinger. [The Guardian]

Ken Johnson is looking forward to Burning Man. [NYT]

Why did the Jewish Museum remove an installation from its current “Composed: Identity, Politics, Sex” exhibition? [Tablet]

The Times has an update on the above story, reporting that the artist is not entirely happy with the decision to take out the piece. [ArtsBeat]

Christie’s London sees a big increase in “new market” buyers. [Art Market Monitor]

Morning Links: Noticing Edition [Updated]