Morning Links: Museum Administration Edition

new-museum“Derek Gillman will step down as executive director and president as of [Philadelphia’s Barnes Foundation on] Jan. 1 to become a visiting professor at Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.” [NYT]

New Museum Appoints Julia Kaganskiy as Director of Incubator for Art, Technology, and Design [WSJ]

What does the Detroit bankruptcy ruling mean for the Detroit Institute of Arts’ collection? [NYT]

Here’s Georgina Adam on the swanky, $131m Herzog and de Meuron-designed Pérez Art Museum Miami, which opens today. [The Art Newspaper]

Christie’s will stage its first sale in India in December. [The Daily Telegraph]

Dawn Chan hangs out with Tracey Emin in Miami. [T: The New York Times
Style Magazine

Almost self-parody: “Camera technology and the iPhone are changing the
museum experience” [The New Criterion]

“We’re told Albert Trummer — famed for infuriating the New York Fire
Department by setting a bar alight at his Chinatown haunt Apotheke —
has a new medicinal-themed cocktail bar in Miami, Drogerie at the
Albion Hotel. Consummate showman Trummer is bringing in a Siberian
tiger for a Wednesday night party in conjunction with Gallery 212 and
artist Kappa.” [Page Six]

Emily Carr set an auction record for a Canadian woman artist. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Museum Administration Edition