December 1, 2014: New Banksy Work to be Sold in Miami, ICA Miami Plans New Building, and Hans Ulrich Obrist May Recreate Take-Home Exhibition

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Dec 1, 2014 10:13PM


In New York … Public Art Fund project “John Gerrard: Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada)” closes at Lincoln Center.

Today’s Notable News

Banksy’s Art Buff, which was created in September in a British town, will be sold in Miami by the owner of the building on which it was painted. (via The New York Times)

Lawrence Weiner has been awarded this year’s Roswitha Haftmann prize, the most lucrative art prize in Europe at over $150,000. (via Artforum)

The Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair has released the list of exhibitors for its sixth edition, which opens in January 2015. Among the galleries that will show at the fair are Milan’s Brand New Gallery, New York’s Ana Cristea Gallery, Berlin’s Peres Projects and DUVE Berlin, Cologne’s Galerie Christian Lethert, and Rome and New York’s MONITOR. (via ARTnews)

Hans Ulrich Obrist is in talks with curators at La Monnaie de Paris about plans to re-create his 1995 Serpentine Gallery exhibition “Take me (I’m Yours),” in which artists such as Christian Boltanski, Gilbert & George, and Douglas Gordon displayed artworks that gallery visitors could take home with them. (via The Art Newspaper)

Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi and English designer Jasper Morrison will receive the second annual Isamu Noguchi Award, given by the Noguchi Museum. (via Architizer)

ICA Miami will erect a new museum building in the city’s Design District, and plans to release the building’s final design plans by early next year. (via Artforum)

Best of Instagram

Via @swissinstitute: “Ugo Rondinone, “the malleable,” 2014. Today is the final day of the SI Benefit Auction powered by @artsy! The silent lots close at 11 pm. The Live Auction will be conducted by @simondepury at 9:30 pm; the live lots close to online bidding at 3pm today. #sibenefit2014 #swissinstitute #ugorondinone”

Good Reads

Those Artsy Early Birds Flew Away(via The New York Times)

Shanghai Biennale is More About Process than Product(via The Art Newspaper)

David Hockney on 60 Years of Ignoring the Dictates of Art Fashion(via The Spectator)

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