Morning Links: Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ Edition

Christian Marclay, ‘The Clock,’ 2010. Still from single channel video, 24 hours. (Courtesy Paula Cooper Gallery)

The Broad Prize for Charter Public Schools awards YES Prep Public School, a management organization in Houston, with $250,000 to help low-income students get ready for college. It’s the first organization to get the award. [Market Watch]

A.O. Scott on Christian Marclay’s The Clock. [NYT]

Kelly Crow looks at why Christie’s sales are up and Sotheby’s are down. [WSJ]

The Newark Museum, the largest museum in New Jersey, has selected Ulysses Grant Dietz as its new chief curator. He has been senior curator there since 2007. [Patch]

Here’s an interview with artist Tino Sehgal, er, a conversation rather—that’s what the artist requested. [Guardian]

As Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz plans to retire, he’s putting his collection of art and antiques on the auction block—everything he’s been collecting since he was a boy in Brooklyn. His collection includes Sandy Koufax’s rookie card to Picasso and Dubuffet. [The Boston Globe]

Caroline “Kaki” Gladstone, who was director of volunteer services at the Philadelphia Museum of Art for 45 years, has died at the age of 72. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

Patricia Sheridan talks with the director of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, about Art Basel. [Post-Gazette]

Morning Links: Marclay’s ‘The Clock’ Edition