Morning Links: Glasgow Edition

Glasgow's Coat of Arms. (Courtesy Wikimedia)

Glasgow’s coat of arms. (Courtesy Wikimedia)

“Architects mourn former Folk Art Museum building.” [NYT]

Film Forum has Tacita Dean’s JG film on tap, as well as a documentary about the sculptor Mary Frank. [NYT]

Alexander Scrimgeour at the Glasgow International. [Artforum]

A preview of the artist-designed tables that will be at the Brooklyn Museum’s Artists Ball. [WSJ]

On museum directors who curate. “If I didn’t continue to curate—even now that I have a job that oversees six museums—I would stop breathing,” Udo Kittelmann, the director of Berlin’s Nationalgalerie, said. “The strong relationship with artists gives me the energy to take on all the business that I have to do.” [The Art Newspaper]

Paris’s Picasso Museum opening delayed again. [NYT]

William Gibson and others discuss the influence of Chris Marker. [The Guardian]

Emily Sundblad at House of Gaga. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Morning Links: Glasgow Edition