Morning Links: Anselm Kiefer Edition

Kiefer with Henri Loyrette, then director of the Louvre, in 2007. (Getty Images)

Kiefer with Henri Loyrette, then director of the Louvre, in 2007. (Getty Images)

The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art will host a show of Anselm Kiefer’s from the Hall Art Foundation that will last at least 15 years. [NYT]

Paul Winkler, the former director of the Menil Collection who worked with Dia to help found the Menil’s Cy Twombly Gallery, has come out against Dia’s proposed sale of works by Twombly and Newman to benefit its acquisition fund. [MAN]

Lady Gaga will apparently collaborate on some sort of project with Jeff Koons, Marina Abramovic, Inez & Vinoodh and Robert Wilson. [Complex]

Collector and dealer Kenny Schachter writes a rhymed “response” to Jay-Z filming a video at Pace. [Art Market Monitor]

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden loses its board chairman. [The Washington Post]

Michael Wilson visited the opening of the St. Louis Art Museum’s new David Chipperfield–designed wing. [Artforum]

Margaret Lee and Emily Sundblad at Off Vendome. [CAD]

Here’s a podcast on the mysterious Heyoon Pavilion in Ann Arbor, Mich. [99% Invisible]

Morning Links: Anselm Kiefer Edition