Morning Links: Gold in Miami Edition

Alicja Kwade's KOHLE (1T Rekord) at the "Gold" exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art.

Alicja Kwade’s KOHLE (1T Rekord) at the “Gold” exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art.

Holland Cotter looks at a compendium of the artist Ray Johnson’s letters, entitled “Not Nothing.” [NYT]

Some modest galleries are making a killing selling less-than-stellar art to less-than-serious buyers. [NYT]

“Gold,” a new exhibition at the Bass Museum of Art in Miami Beach, displays gold-inflected works from a dozen different artists. [WSJ]

The English have discovered VFiles correspondent Casey Jane Ellison and her dry web series, “Touching the Art.” [The Guardian]

“Apple may well be the only tech company on the planet that would dare compare itself to Picasso.” [NYT]

Photography is now allowed inside the National Gallery in London. Look out for selfies. [Art History News]

On rebuilding Piet Mondrian’s Paris studio at Tate Liverpool. [Tate]

Jerry Saltz ends his review of the Garry Winogrand retrospective at the Met with an impassioned plea to take seriously the pictures we share online: “The whole world is now filled with incredible images—especially on Instagram and other social networks—that owe something to Winogrand’s, documenting life, change, and all the rest.” [New York Magazine]