Morning Links: Snow Delay Edition

Snow. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

Snow. (Courtesy Wikipedia)

Artists sue for rent stabilization in Red Hook. [WSJ]

“For Spot in Artists’ Loft, Impress a Critic: The City” [NYT]

“Joshua Chaung”—a former associate curator of photography and digital media at Yale—”appointed chief curator of Center for Creative Photography.” [Artforum]

A test for YBAs on the block. [The Daily Telegraph]

Guggenheim’s Italian Futurism show will include rarely seen murals on
loan from a Sicilian post office. [NYT]

Delfina Entrecanales reopens London foundation after large renovation.
[The Art Newspaper]

Hyundai will sponsor commissioned art at Tate Modern through 2025. A Hyundai official called the deal an “inspiring collaboration bringing together two different industries — art and cars.” (AP)

“Domingo Zapata [WHY IS THIS GUY ALWAYS IN PAGE SIX] — the jet-setter
artist who’s a favorite of Lindsay Lohan and Sofia Vergara — recently
hired an agency to manage his social media accounts, but he’s now
accusing them of hijacking his Instagram and Facebook profiles.” [Page
Six
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Morning Links: Snow Delay Edition