Morning Links: Burly Men Edition

'Madawaska, Acadian Light-Heavy, Third Arrangement' (1940) by Harley. (Collection of the Whitney Museum)

‘Madawaska, Acadian Light-Heavy, Third Arrangement’ (1940) by Harley. (Collection of the Whitney Museum)

Dan Graham’s rooftop installation at the Met “presses you to confront” changes to the city’s skyline, Karen Rosenberg argues. [NYT]

“For the Whitney’s move, boxes and burly men just won’t do.” [NYT]

“How investors can thrive in a lopsided art market.” [NYT]

Savannah College of Art and Design “has overhauled a local car park to create micro-housing units for 12 students.” [The Art Newspaper]

“‘I am not a star,’ artist Oscar Murillo said as he signed autographs at the opening of his first solo gallery show in New York last week.” [Bloomberg]

Here are “11 stunning museums in China.” [CNN]

An exhibition of Ukranian art opens in the wake of the mass anti-government uprisings. [NYT]

“The key to understanding John Cage’s silent piece at MoMA.” [ARTnews]

Photos from the sixth season of the Artist’s Institute, which was dedicated to Thomas Bayrle. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Mr. Bayrle at Cologne’s Kunst-station Sankt Peter. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Gavin Brown’s Enterprise has a handsome new website. [Gavinbrown.biz]

Morning Links: Burly Men Edition