Morning Links: Cash-Optional Edition

An impressive pile of cash.WIKIMEDIA

An impressive pile of cash.


Good morning! It’s actually something of a slow news day, all things considered, so we have stuffed this links post with all sorts of other treats. Enjoy.


“How Big Data is set to change the art market.” Sarah P. Hanson reports. [The Art Newspaper]


Christopher Hawthorne has many positive things to say about the new building for UC Davis’s art museum, designed by SO-IL. [Los Angeles Time]

A Remembrance

MCA Chicago curator Omar Kholeif remembers artist Marwan Kassab-Bachi. [Artforum]

Extracurricular Activities

An “anti-capitalist artist” in Brooklyn is opening a “cash-optional coffee shop,” where patrons can barter for their beverages. It’s in Williamsburg, naturally. [Brooklyn Paper]

“Leo Villareal-led design team wins competition to light up London’s bridges.” [Artforum]

Museum Exhibitions

The Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal will stage a show of art inspired by Leonard Cohen. [Pitchfork]

PBS Newshour takes a look at the Sackler Gallery’s current show about the art of the Quran. [PBS NewsHour]


The scene at the unveiling of Karl Lagerfeld’s latest Métiers d’Art collection for Chanel in Paris. [The New York Times]

Photos of Jamian Juliano-Villani’s show at Studio Voltaire in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Video of Odwalla88’s performance for the preview of Sex magazine’s new book anthology at NADA Miami last week. [Sex Life]

And Finally

Never too early to begin getting ready for next year: here’s “how to plan a killer Art Basel Miami Beach trip.” [Condé Nast Traveler]

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