Morning Links: The DIS Edition

DIS, ‘Fair Trade,’ 2012. (Courtesy Frieze Foundation)

“’It’s a dealer’s collection more than a museum,’ mourned one art historian.’ Johanne Nordby Wernø reports from the opening of the new Renzo Piano–designed Astrup Fearnley museum in Oslo. [Artforum]

DIS magazine wins Frieze London. [Frieze Foundation]

Peter Schjeldahl and Evan Osnos discuss Ai Weiwei. [The New Yorker]

The High School of Art and Design celebrates the opening of its new Skidmore Owings and Merrill-designed building with a show by alumnus Ronnie Landfield. [ArtDaily]

Here’s Anselm Kiefer on Gagosian’s new airport gallery: “Airplanes arrive and depart while my works hang there.” [Bloomberg]

Here’s a profile of the artist Daniel Brush. [NYT]

How to sell giant sculptures to big collectors. [WSJ]

A new exhibition explores the tools and working methods of Isamu Noguchi. [ArtDaily]

Morning Links: The DIS Edition