Morning Links: World’s Fair Edition

The New York State Pavilion. (Courtesy Flickr)

The New York State Pavilion. (Courtesy Flickr)

Acquavella is doing a Basquiat drawing show. Says Carol Vogel, “As is often the case these days with exhibitions at blue chip galleries, nothing at the Acquavella show will be for sale.” [NYT] 

What are the city’s cultural institutions doing to lure Super Bowl tourists? See all the small, sad efforts here. [WSJ]

Are many of the world’s top Van Gogh’s fake? [Art Market Monitor]

Courtney Finn, a curator at Art in General, has been tapped as curator at the Aspen Art Museum. [Artforum] 

“Lauder Calls for New Panel to Resolve Nazi Art-Looting Restitution Issues.” [NYT] 

Dealer Maurice Garnier has died. [The Art Newspaper] 

Liz Glynn talks to Doug Aitkin. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

Preservationists are calling for repairs on the New York State Pavilion, site of the World’s Fair. [Daily News]

Gideon lewis-Kraus on Janet Malcolm’s exhibition at Lori Bookstein Fine Art. [NYRB]