September 11, 2014: Turner Prize Finalists Announced, A New Director at Dia, Christie’s to Sell Donald Judd’s Last Stack

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Sep 11, 2014 8:09PM

In New York, Stephen Shore opens at 303 Gallery; Matt Keegan and Anne Truitt open at Andrea Rosen Gallery; Mike Kelley opens at Skarstedt; Fredrik Værslev and Tamara Henderson open at Andrew Kreps Gallery; Ai Weiwei opens at Chambers Fine Art; Jason Rhoades opens at David Zwirner; Jonathan Monk opens at Casey Kaplan; David Benjamin Sherry opens at Danziger Gallery; Jenny Holzer opens at Cheim & Read; Do Ho Suh opens at Lehmann Maupin; Helen Frankenthaler opens at Gagosian Gallery Madison Avenue; Wayne White opens at Joshua Liner Gallery; and “Future Feminism” opens at The Hole.

In Los Angeles, Oliver Jones opens at GUSFORD | los angeles and Todd Gray opens at Meliksetian | Briggs.

In London, “Anthony Caro: the Last Sculptures” opens at Annely Juda Fine Art.

In Berlin, Pier Paolo Pasolini opens at Martin Gropius-Bau.

In Hong Kong, Larry Bell opens at White Cube.

Today’s Notable News

Finalists for the Turner Prize are Clara Phillips, Duncan Campbell, James Richards, and Tris Vonna-Michell.

Tate Modern curator Jessica Morgan (who recently served as Artistic Director of the Gwanju Biennale) has been appointed director of Dia Art Foundation. (via New York Times)

In Helsinki, a competition has been launched in protest against the proposed Guggenheim museum there. (via The Guardian)

Robert Rauschenberg Foundation has launched a series of grants for activist artists. (via The Art Newspaper)

This fall, Christie’s will sell one of Donald Judd’s “Stacks”—the last ever made by the artist. (via Art Market Monitor)

Best of Instagram

@sundaramtagore installs their Annie Leibovitz exhibition at Singapore’s international arts complex Gillman Barracks (opening tomorrow evening at 6pm).

Good Reads

The New Dealer”: A profile of L.A. art dealer David Kordansky (via T Magazine)

“Paying Tax With Art is Legal in UK and Mexico, Why Not US?” (via Forbes)

Nick Cave on the Artist’s Responsiblity” (via Hyperallergic)

Most Countries Are Not Doing Enough to Recover Wartime Jewish Art” (via TIME)

Changing tastes at the 27th edition of the Biennale des Antiquaires” (via Financial Times)

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