Morning Links: Tbilisi Edition

The Georgian flag flying in Tbilisi. (Vano Shlamov/AFP/Getty Images)

Here’s a review of the Whitney’s “Sinister Pop” show. [NYT]

In Venice Beach, police try to keep art off the streets. [WSJ]

The Hionas Gallery in Tribeca will expand in January. [The Art Newspaper]

Sebastian Smee on the MFA Boston’s extensive loan program. [The Boston Globe]

Christo plans the world’s most expensive sculpture for Dubai. [The Guardian]

The wife of photographer Peter Beard is, reportedly, on the hunt for his work. [Page Six]

“Underground art rebels in Paris.” [BBC]

Adrian Searle on Helen Marten, who’s in the “New Pictures of Common Objects” show at MoMA PS1. [The Guardian]

Scene & Herd does Tbilisi, Georgia. [Artforum]

Morning Links: Tbilisi Edition