Morning Links: 3-D Edition

Secret selfie. (Courtesy

Holland Cotter raves about “Here and Elsewhere” at the New Museum, a review of contemporary art “from and about the Arab world.” [NYT]

Mellon heir and publishing kingpin donates massive collection to two Pennsylvania museums [Artforum] 

On 3-D printing in the art world. [The Art Newspaper]

Dominique Lévy explains the reasoning behind opening a new London gallery: “I have a lot of European clients as well as artists and artist estates that are based in Europe.” [NYT]

“How much are curators really paid?” Find out! [The Art Newspaper]

Prices are soaring for art made by women, according to a few recent sales. [Bloomberg]

Here’s an article about Vivian Maier, the rediscovered photographer who is the subject of a new documentary. The Guardian explains that she took “secret selfies” in the 1950s. [The Guardian]

Swiss artists unveil installation of a giant picnic blanket. Watch out for giant ants stealing giant food! [artnet]

Morning Links: 3-D Edition