Morning Links: Architecture Projects Progress Edition

Frank Gehry. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan Company)

Construction delayed on Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim in Abu Dhabi after the emirate decided not to award the contract to build the museum. A spokesperson for the emirate’s tourism board has said it will now open in 2015, not 2013. [The Art Newspaper]

The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute has announced that architect Tadao Ando will design a 44,000-square-foot expansion to its campus. [Bennington Banner]

Dresden’s Military History Museum modernizes with the help of architect Daniel Libeskind. [WSJ]

In case you missed it: here is a story about where arts and social media collide collide in practical ways. [NYT]

On the art that has been made at the Occupy Wall Street protests. [WSJ]

Malcolm Forbes will sell his Queen Victoria memorabilia at auction next month. [The Guardian]

Laura Raicovich, the deputy director of Dia, has announced that she is joining New York nonprofit Creative Time to become director of global initiatives. [ArtDaily]

“I’d never even seen Andy Warhol drink before. But Dalí was making him so nervous he was guzzling back wine.” [The Guardian]

Now the Times has sounded off on the “robust” sales at FIAC, despite a struggling economy. [NYT]

Bloomberg looks inside Rosamond Bernier’s living room to find Matisse, Picasso and Max Ernst. [Bloomberg] Morning Links: Architecture Projects Progress Edition