Morning Links: Museum Submarine Edition

James Cameron's Deepsea Challenge, now at the AMNH.

James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge, now at the AMNH. (Photo courtesy National Geographic)

Marian Goodman discusses her life, at length, with her expansive new gallery on the cusp of opening in London. [WSJ]

Holland Cotter on memory: “As a critic, I’m partly a research analyst, comparing and evaluating new data. But I’m also a curator of my memory, which carries traces of art encounters from over the years.” [NYT]

Stephanie Rosenthal to direct the Sydney Biennale in 2016. [ArtReview]

The extensive restoration of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge is now complete. [The Art Newspaper]

There will reportedly be a €5.8m Pompidou satellite popping up north of Paris. [The Art Newspaper]

James Cameron has brought one of his expensive underwater playthings, DEEPSEA CHALLENGER, to the American Museum of Natural History. [Time Out New York]

Picasso’s ceramic studio is in desperate need of repair. [The Art Newspaper]
An artwork by Carlos Cruz-Diez in France was destroyed “by mistake.” [Art Market Monitor]

Behind Frank Lloyd Wright’s SC Johnson Administration Building. [WSJ]

“Royal Geographical Paintings may not go to Australian magnate after all.” [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Museum Submarine Edition