Morning Links: Frank Lloyd Wright and the GOP Edition

Wright. (Courtesy Keystone/Getty Images)

Soho’s Artists Space has organized a variety of programs—including talks, interventions and a “bazaar” with 27 international exhibitors—for this year’s edition of the Art Berlin Contemporary fair, which runs Sept. 13–16. Among the groups presenting work in the bazaar are Times bar, Bidoun, Triple Canopy and Junior Aspirin Records. [ArtDaily]

Ethan Lasser has been named associate curator of American art in the Harvard Art Museums’ European and American art department. He has worked as curator at the Chipstone Foundation in Milwaukee, and served as an adjunct professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. [Harvard Magazine]

The next issue of Garage, the Greatest Magazine in the History of Mankind, will feature a vinyl record with a conversation featuring Marc Jacobs and John Currin. Mr. Currin reveals that he sometimes grows tired of naked girls. [NYPost]

Architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne on the Republican Party’s decision to channel Frank Lloyd Wright in the designs for its convention stage set. [LAT]

Hilarie M. Sheets profiles Israeli artist Ori Gersht, who has a show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. [NYT]

Local web-comic artist raises a shocking amount of money to build a Nikola Tesla museum. [Gizmodo] Morning Links: Frank Lloyd Wright and the GOP Edition