Morning Links: Jasper Johns Edition



New exhibition at Philadelphia Museum of Art, “Dancing Around the Bride,” links Marcel Duchamp, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns: “I had asked Andy to design costumes to go with the pillows, but his only suggestion was for the dancers to be nude, an idea that had no appeal for Merce,” Mr. Johns said. “Merce showed me an old pair of his tights that were ripped and torn. I imitated these.” [NYT]

And on the occasion of that show, art sleuth Greg Allen examines the extent to which Johns and Rauschenberg collaborated. []

Silent Barn art space reopens in Queens. [WSJ]

London’s National Gallery rediscovered a Titian in its collection. The work depicts Girolamo Fracastoro, a doctor who was responsible for naming syphilis. Jonathan Jones reports. [The Guardian]

Rem Koolhaas confirmed as the director of the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale. [ArtReview]

Miró painting damaged at Tate Modern. [The Art Newspaper]

Ada Louise Huxtable, first full-time architecture critic for an American newspaper, dies at 91. [NYT]