Morning Links: Dasha Zhukova’s Garage Edition

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Brooklyn court orders Holocaust survivor’s family to return artifact to German museum. [NYT]

Adrian Searle looks at David Claerbout’s very repetitive video work, Bordeaux Piece[Guardian]

Pompidou looks at the year 1917 to chronicle art-making during wartime. [WSJ]

Girls, whatever that is, will be shooting in Chelsea on Monday. [In the Air]

Here’s how Ai Weiwei built the Serpentine pavilion with Herzog * de Meuron. [Independent]

“‘Art Science’ Is the Newest Art-World Trend” reports Time magazine. Sure. [Time]

Total sales slid 32 percent at Christie’s spring auctions in Hong Kong. The house says reserves for some set too high, in an effort to assuage consigners, who are increasingly unwilling to sell top-quality work. [FT]

“Women on the Verge of Everything”: Dorothy Spears checks in on the many lady artists showing at the New Museum at the moment. [NYT]

Dasha Zhukova will open a temporary space for her Garage art center in Moscow’s Gorky park. Architect Shigeru Ban is handling the design. [Auction Central News]