Morning Links: Lower East Side Bar Edition

A signing for the Lower East Side’s 169 Bar. (Kilgub/Flickr)

Saudi Arabia enters the contemporary art scene. [The Art Newspaper]

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam unveils its new logo, which is part and parcel of its new house style designed by Irma Boom. [ArtDaily]

Robert Wilson creates a strange immersive universe in the sand dunes of Norfolk [The Guardian]

Jed Perl trashes Andy Warhol. [The New Republic]

Photographer and conceptual artist Chris Jordan has a new film about trash in the oceans. [NYT]

Here are the best public sculptures right now, according to The Times. [NYT]

A new bar called Beverly’s, helmed by “waitstaff refugees” from Sweet Paradise, is set to open in November at 21 Essex Street. It will target “the growing art scene below Grand Street.” [Bowery Boogie]

A new report states that the Washington Monument did not sink further into the ground during the earthquake last August. [Politico]

“How’s Christie’s doing with those online sales? Just fine.” [AMM] Morning Links: Lower East Side Bar Edition