Morning Links: Back-to-Back Parties Edition

People partying.

People partying.

Marshall Heyman reports from the “Back-to-Back Parties for the Whitney” last week. [WSJ]

Adrián Villar Rojas talks about his commission for the last section of the High Line. [WSJ]

Scott Reyburn reports all the hot names who showed at Gallery Weekend Berlin. [NYT]

A. O. Scott on “the paradox of art as work.” [NYT] 

Roberta Smith on Kara Walker’s Creative Time project. [NYT] 

What’s up with this huge Feininger number? [Art Market Monitor] 

Marc Jacobs at Frieze: “Every time I hear the word ‘dealer’, it sounds like something nasty. Like car dealer, or drug dealer.” [The Art Newspaper]

Rome museum opens windows on grand masters during spring heatwave. [The Guardian]

Mark Grotjahn on his new work. [NYT]

Morning Links: Back-to-Back Parties Edition