Morning Links: Scientific Edition

Antony Gormley. (Courtesy Getty Images)

With more than 70,000 visitors over the five days of FIAC, including 15,000 collectors and art professionals, attendance was up at the French art fair by 3.7 percent. [ArtDaily]

A scientific interview with Antony Gormley. [New Scientist]

Chinese gallery owner arrested in Madrid for money-laundering. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s a piece about the disturbing films of Jane and Louise Wilson. [The Guardian]

A multimedia piece about sculptor Melvin Edwards, included in “Now Dig This!” at MoMA PS1. [NYT]

Pittsburgh’s Frick Art & Historical Center has named Robin H. Gabriel its director of education. She’ll be coming to the center from the Baltimore Museum of Industry. [ArtDaily]

“Get ready for the $100 million Basquiat.” [AMM]

Meet Russell L. Goings, a friend of Romare Bearden’s, who has a ton of his stuff. [NYT]

Qatar is never going to be what they want it to be. [The Independent]

Morning Links: Scientific Edition