Morning Links: Interim Director Edition

Maria Seferian. (Courtey Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP)

Maria Seferian. (Courtey Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP)

And, so this is who is in charge of Los Angeles’s Museum of Contemporary Art at the moment. [Los Angeles Times] 

“In court documents, Knoedler lists the buyers and prices paid for works brought to the gallery by Glafira Rosales.” [The Art Newspaper] 

Jonathan Jones on the world’s first selfie. [The Guardian] 

“Museums at John F. Kennedy’s assassination site in Dallas and his presidential library approach their subject in different ways.” [NYT]

 
DeVos Institute of Arts Management will relocate to Maryland. [NYT]

TS Eliot’s widow’s art collection sold for £7,094,950. [The Guardian]

“Ryan McGinley, the Pied Piper of the Downtown Art World.” [NYT]

Warhol muse Susan “Viva” Hoffmann had a J. Edgar Hoover FBI file. [NYP]

“Art folks really know how to party,” Marshall Heyman begins his party report of the ICI gala. Bar in the elevator! [WSJ]

The Louvre Abu Dhabi sets an opening date: December 2015. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Interim Director Edition