Morning Links: Will Barnet Edition

Will Barnet. (Courtesy

Linda Yablonsky at post-Sandy openings in New York. [Artforum]

Here’s a recording of painter Will Barnet, who just died at the age of 101, on WNYC 40 years ago. [WNYC]  

The ruins of Herculaneum are a “textbook case” of successful archaeological excavation. [NYT]

“Hadid on life as an Arab woman architect.” [Phaidon]

Andy Valmorbida’s most recent opening featured “Jeffrey Deitch, Nicky Hilton, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, Terry Richardson and the Winklevoss twins.” And a hut for smoking and espresso. [Page Six]

Grayson Perry is making progress with this “part gingerbread house, part south-east Asian temple. [The Daily Telegraph]

“Brand names slip as market starts to correct.” (Maybe.)  [The Art Newspaper]

More on Klaus Biesenbach’s efforts to help rebuild the Rockaways. [NYT]

Morning Links: Will Barnet Edition