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Abstract-Expressionist Paul Jenkins dies at 88. [NYT] Sign Up For Our Daily Newsletter Sign Up Thank you for signing up!

Mark Arbeit, George Holz and Just Loomis. Stil from ‘Three Boys from Pasadena,’ 2012. (Courtesy Nowness.com)

Abstract-Expressionist Paul Jenkins dies at 88. [NYT]

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Tony Shafrazi shows his own art at Basel, and the New York Post savages him for it. [Page Six]

Three of Helmut Newton’s protégés discuss the photographer’s legacy. [Nowness]

An official overseeing the $400 million estate of copper heiress Huguette Clark has asked a court to investigate whether the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. should return a $250,000 gift it may have obtained from her improperly. [BloombergBusinessweek]

Alex Katz spoke at the Strand and tried to articulate what makes some of his paintings better than others. [WSJ]

Former Observer contributor Emma Allen visits the Frick with a group of Columbia medical students. [The New Yorker]

Art comes to Times Square with Artistswanted.org. [NYT]

Archeologist finds oldest rock art in an outback cave. [Seattle Times]

Sam Taylor Wood and Yoko Ono talk world peace, creativity and being the older woman. [Guardian]

800-year-old Astley Castle gets restored. [Guardian]

Art Basel finally wraps up a long string of art fairs. [FT]

Three different artists take on the theme of Arcadia. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Helmut Newton Edition