Art World Abstracts: Painting the Town Tartan, and More!

The Projector Club's tartan projection at Leyden Farm. (Photo by Craig Robertson)

The Projector Club’s tartan projection at Leyden Farm. (Photo by Craig Robertson)

The art collective the Projector Club has turned Leyden Farm in West Lothlan completely tartan with a lightshow, but Guardian critic Jonathan Jones argues it may not suggest yea or nay for Scotland’s referendum. [Guardian]

“Onto this surface, he projects a one-minute animated film that adds three cartoonish men who, like the sculpted heads, spew paint like vomit from their open mouths while a siren sounds.” Ken Johnson reviews David Lynch, the fine artist. [NYT]

Luxembourg has opened a high-security freeport for collectors to store and trade their riches free of customs and sales tax. [Reuters]

Heimo Zobernig has been named Austria’s representative for the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015. [Artnet]

A Phoenix couple thought their Warhol was safe being displayed and stored inside a local art gallery, American Fine Art Editions, but now they’re suing the space for selling the work without their consent. [Courthouse News]

The Guggenheim Foundation received 1,715 entries from 77 different countries for its open design competition for the Helsinki Guggenheim. Is there a Gehry among them? [Art Daily]

Glenn Kaino will feature rocks from Ferguson, Missouri, as well as other conflict zones around the world in China, Afghanistan, and Egypt, in his first solo show at Kavi Gupta in Chicago this weekend. [TAN]

Art World Abstracts: Painting the Town Tartan, and More!