Morning Links: Narcissism Edition

Here’s The New York Times obituary for Robert Hughes who once wrote: “Koons is the baby to Andy Warhol’s Rosemary… He has

Here’s The New York Times obituary for Robert Hughes who once wrote: “Koons is the baby to Andy Warhol’s Rosemary… He has done for narcissism what Michael Milken did for the junk bond.” [NYT]

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Here’s Bob Odenkirk’s artist profile parody from Shouts and Murmurs. [The New Yorker]

Lee Rosenbaum looks at contemporary Native American art now on view at the Museum of Arts and Design and the National Museum of the American Indian. [WSJ]

The skyscraper at the Hudson Yards development, just north of West Chelsea, will begin going up in October. [ArtDaily]

Portland holds its 10th Time-Based Art Festival. [The Art Newspaper]

Smithsonian announces nominees for its contemporary artist awards. [ArtDaily]

The Art Institute of Chicago announces Martha Tedeschi is new Deputy Director for Art and Research. [ArtDaily]

Guernsey’s to auction off works by Roger Tory Peterson, creator of pocket-sized field guides to birds. [NYT]

According to this preview in The Wall Street Journal, the High Line’s fall season will include “a billboard piece by Frankfurt-based Thomas Bayrle; outdoor film screenings by Brazilian filmmaker Cinthia Marcelle and Colombian artist Oscar Muñoz; and a performance-turned-film by Jennifer West wherein people can leave their mark on a celluloid filmstrip to be shown as a video later in the season.” [WSJ]

Katie Holmes and Suri visited the Museum of Modern Art. [Us Weekly]

Morning Links: Narcissism Edition