Morning Links: Marian Goodman Edition

Marian Goodman. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan Co.)

On the one-man market that is Andy Warhol. What a lede! “Sara Friedlander, the 27-year-old head of First Open Sale at Christie’s in New York, has a startling view of American art history. ‘Nothing good was made in the 19th century, nothing really good was made in the 18th century and American art in the 20th century for the first three, four or five decades was very elitist.'” [More Intelligent Life]

Critic Blake Gopnik profiles dealer Marian Goodman, reporting: “[Hirshhorn Museum deputy director Kerry] Brougher says that he’s actually heard Goodman complain when art prices rise.” [Newsweek/The Daily Beast]

Throwback article: critic Peter Schjeldahl on Ms. Goodman. [The New Yorker]

Carol Kino visits Denver’s new Clyfford Still Museum. [NYT]

Dutch Artist Jacco Olivier selected for the final Madison Square Art exhibition of the year. [Art Daily]

Here’s a photo of The Observer‘s own Adam Lindemann at the Terry Richardson show at Half Gallery, which we covered last week. [Exhibition A]

Guy Trebay provides something of a defense of Marina Abramovic and her gala-as-performance work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. [NYT]

Collector Thomas Olbricht talks about his “disease,” otherwise known as buying art. [Bloomberg]

Charles Askegard and Michele Wiles form their own dance company. [WSJ]

Last week’s Latin American art auctions were the best since 2008. [Reuters]

Morning Links: Marian Goodman Edition