Morning Links: Bice Curiger Edition

Curiger. (Courtesy Venice Tourism)

Curiger. (Courtesy Venice Tourism)

Randy Kennedy on Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead project in Detroit, a replica of the artist’s childhood home complete with a subterranean area “reserved for secret rites of an antisocial nature.” [NYT]

Bice Curiger, curator of the 2011 Venice Biennale, has been named the artistic director of the Vincent Van Gogh Foundation in Arles, France. [The Art Newspaper]

British Telecom is building an online museum. [TAP]

Andy Warhol’s former townhouse is on the market for $5.795 million. [ABC News]

I’m sorry: “A Leeds shopping centre is to have vending machines selling £1 artworks – it may be a PR stunt, but it could be the next big thing.” [The Guardian]

Petitions to save the American Folk Art Museum building feature very few signatures. [AM New York]

New downtown Whitney gives the Meatpacking District a development boom. [NYT]

On the Offices of Fend, Fitzgibbon, Holzer, Nadin, Prince & Winters. [Greg.org]

Chuck Webster and Forrest Bess at the Dallas Art Fair. [ABAB]

Morning Links: Bice Curiger Edition