Morning Links: Resale Edition

Christopher Wool, "Apocalypse Now"(Courtesy Christies.com)

Christopher Wool, “Apocalypse Now”(Courtesy Christies.com)

Randall Stout, an architect of several museums, died on Friday at 56. [NYT]

Big companies, including Chase and Delta Airlines, have raised over $26 million to help save the Detroit Institute of Arts. [NYT]

“Artist resale rights gain support in US Congress.” [The Art Newspaper]

A master forger, responsible for Rothko and Pollock imitations that sold as the real thing, gives first interview. [ABC News]

‘Art Everywhere,’ a project aiming to be the UK’s biggest art project, will bring Hockney, Carrington and many others to billboards for public viewing. [The Guardian]

Marco Maggi will represent Uruguay at the 2015 Venice Biennale. [ArtForum]

POBA: Where the Arts Live will “promote and preserve the creative work of exceptional artists who have died without recognition of the full measure of their talents or creative legacies.” [Hyperallergic]

Artnet goes long on the great polarizing issue of our times: pets at art fairs. [artnet]