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The Art Institute of Chicago examines the role of photography in conceptual art. [WSJ]

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In India, an attempt to cultivate taste in contemporary art. [FT]

Here is a review of David Hockney’s “high-tech” paintings at London’s Royal Academy. [Bloomberg]

The Times has been taking portraits of artists who work in Marfa, Tex. [T Magazine]

A deal has been reached over the care of Smithson’s Spiral Jetty. [Salt Lake Tribune, via MAN]

“Are Collectors More Important Than Museums [in Singapore]? One Curator’s Take” [WSJ’s Scene Asia]

Kehinde Wiley is planning a provocative show for the Jewish Museum for March. [The Art Newspaper]

Critic Ben Davis takes questions on matters of love and relationships. [Artinfo]

Austrian art dealer Ronald Coles is accused of perpetrating a multimillion-dollar art fraud. [Huffington Post]

Morning Links: Spiral Jetty Edition