Morning Links: Injection Edition

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“Nothing about the National September 11 Memorial Museum has been easy.” [NYT]

Virginia Overton has installed a 488-foot-long sculpture at Storm King, which reopens for the season on Wednesday. [WSJ]

Collector and art advisor Stefan Simchowitz discusses his rather iconoclastic methods. [Artspace]

Here’s a profile on art collector Fredric Brandt, with an emphasis on his plastic surgery career. [NYT]

Museums across the U.S. are hiring directors of “public engagement,” signaling a shift in institutional attitudes toward visitor interaction. [The Art Newspaper]

An interview with artist Phyllida Barlow. [The Guardian]

Here are some Tefaf highlights from Scott Reyburn’s international fair column. [NYT]

Christopher Knight on Mike Kelley. [LAT]

Ceramicist Don Reitz has died at 84. [NYT]

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