Morning Links: New York Knicks Edition


The Knickerbockers’ ‘subway token’ logo.

Michael Kimmelman: “MoMA’s Plan to Demolish Folk Art Museum Lacks Vision” [NYT]

Even the The Journal‘s piling on: “MoMA: A Museum That Has Lost Its Way” [WSJ]

State Supreme Court sentenced Vilma Bautista, a former personal secretary to Imelda R. Marcos, to two to six years in prison for conspiring to sell Impressionist paintings belonging to the government of the Philippines. [NYT]

“Guggenheim Will Invite Architects to Imagine a Finnish Outpost.” [NYT]

Wolfgang Tillmans at Daniel Buchholz. [Contemporary Art Daily]

“You can barely walk into a museum these days without being confronted by an eerie-eyed raven or a monkey’s shrunken head.” [The Guardian]

Questlove on Amiri Baraka. [NYT]

Korakrit Arunanondchai talks about his recent work and the release of his video trilogy’s third part, Painting with history in a room filled with men with funny names 2. [Dis]

Melanie Gerlis, art marker editor at The Art Newspaper, previews her new book, Art as an Investment? A Survey of Comparative Assets. [FT]

Beyoncé on the fight for gender equality. [The Shriver Report]

“Is that Steve Cohen at tonight’s Knicks’ game?” [@MartinSmith28/Twitter]

Morning Links: New York Knicks Edition