Morning Links: Giuseppe Penone Edition

Installation view of Penone's 2013 show at Goodman in Paris. (Courtesy Marian Goodman)

Installation view of Penone’s 2013 show at Goodman in Paris. (Courtesy Marian Goodman)

Khaled Jarrar—a Palestinian artist featured in “Here and Elsewhere,” the New Museum’s Arab art exhibition that opens today—was prevented from traveling to New York by Israeli authorities. [The Art Newspaper]

“Corcoran Gallery responds to lawsuit trying to block takeover deal.” [Los Angeles Times]

Hauser & Wirth opened its new space in Somerset, England, to the public yesterday. [The Art Newspaper]

“The problem with selling the largest private art collection in the world.” On the 10,000-work Artist Pension Trust. [Bloomberg]

“Last week the gallery calculated he had reached 29,771.” Roberta Smith on On Kawara. [NYT]

On those 29,771 days. [Greg.org]

The Orange County Museum of Art is in talks to sell its current site in Newport Beach, Calif., to move to Costa Mesa. [Daily Pilot]

Praemium Imperiale Awards for Martial Raysse, Giuseppe Penone, Steven Holl, more. [NYT]

“Lord Snowdon donates 130 prints to the National Portrait Gallery in London.” [The Guardian]

“Anyone who looks upon DIA as an ATM will be in for a shock. Because in every case, the report argues, the result will be sale prices significantly below the low-end appraisal figure.” [WSJ]

Morning Links: Giuseppe Penone Edition