Morning Links: Pound Cake Edition

(Courtesy myrecipes.com)

(Courtesy myrecipes.com)

A campaign for the Pritzker Prize to recognize Denise Scott Brown, whose husband and collaborator won the award in 1991. Protesting her lack of recognition, she did not attend his award ceremony. [NYT]

Jonathan Jones on an attempt to create an “alternative British national artwork”—the “Fuckyeux Tapestry.” [The Guardian]

Watching the installation of Ugo Rondinone’s massive Public Art Fund-organized exhibition at Rockefeller Center. [City Room/NYT]

“In the installation Forty-Seven Easy Pound Cakes Like Grandma Use To Make [at BRIC Arts Media in downtown Brooklyn], the 47 recipe cards that visual artist Nyeema Morgan created for variations on a family pound-cake recipe appear as a series of scrawls. But they actually contain a larder of ingredients that reflect regional preferences and levels of baking skill.”  [WSJ]

Uniqlo will sponsor free nights at MoMA. [Black Book]

Artist Mary Lincoln Bonnell dies in L.E.S. fire. [NYP]

Collector Ramin Salsali announces plans to launch a contemporary art museum in Dubai. [The Art Newspaper]