Morning Links: John Cale Edition

john caleAn interview with Beatrix Ruf, the new director of Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum. [The Art Newspaper]

A stash of art from the Huguette Clark estate–some of which has gone unseen since the roaring twenties–hit the auction block at Christie’s yesterday. [NYP]

Modern and contemporary works collected by the founders of the Gap clothing empire are slated for exhibition at Paris’s Grand Palais in 2015. [The Art Newspaper]

“[Patti] Smith adds that there is a big chance she will also perform with the Velvet Underground’s John Cale, who produced ‘Horses.'” [WSJ]

University of Sheffield has returned a 300-year-old tapestry looted by the Nazis. [The Independent]

Poet FSG publisher Jonathan Galassi on the Guggenheim’s Italian Futurism show. [New York Review of Books]

“Recognizable names at the fair are not always matched by recognizable works.” [The Art Newspaper]

Lots of photos of works at Art Basel. [Art Market Monitor]

“Fitchburg Art Museum gets $140,000 grant for renovations.” [Worcester Telegram via Artforum]