Morning Links: Slow News Day Edition

What comes up when you Google "empty newsroom." (Courtesy
What comes up when you Google “empty newsroom.” (Courtesy

Linda Yablonsky hits New York holiday parties, and runs into Jeffrey Deitch, who is prepping a huge new Red Hook space. “You know me,” he tells her. “I want to do very big shows.” [Artforum] 

“High Rollers in a Buying Mood.” [NYT via @gregorg/Twitter]

Springfield Museums in Massachusetts has organized a show of forgeries. [NYT]

In Knoedler case, “three new lawsuits have been filed, bringing the number of ongoing civil cases to eight.” [The Art Newspaper] 

“Alain de Botton chooses the works that make him feel less alone.” [The Guardian]

J. Hoberman on the rise of color comics. [New York Review of Books]

Here’s a profile, as it were, of the Frick Collection. [Bloomberg]

Málaga’s mayor says the Pompidou Center will open a satellite branch there. [The Art Newspaper]

This one’s sure to make a lot of powerful people angry: “Abu Dhabi museums are becoming game-changers back in the West” [The Art Newspaper] Morning Links: Slow News Day Edition