Morning Links: Quotations Edition

(Courtesy Getty Images)

(Courtesy Getty Images)

“Why Canada’s most illustrious art school is in crisis – and why we need to save it” [The Globe and Mail]

“The San Francisco Bay Guardian’s Rebecca Bowe examines whether or not Dede Wilsey, the board president of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, is using FAMSF staff and resources to manage her private collection.” [SFBG via Tyler Green]

Pretty soon half of the world’s billionaires will reside in China. [Al Jazeera]

On The Books That Shaped Art History. [FT ]

Writer Thomas McEvilley, who founded SVA’s MFA Art Criticism and Writing program has died. [Artforum]

“Colgate University is mounting an exhibition of sound-art installations by Chinese artists whose work has never been displayed in the United States.” [NYT]

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/01/now-hear-this-works-by-chinese-sound-artists/?ref=todayspaper