September 11, 2014: Turner Prize Finalists Announced, A New Director at Dia, Christie’s to Sell Donald Judd’s Last Stack
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 Berlin, Pier Paolo Pasolini opens at Martin Gropius-Bau.
Today’s Notable News
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)
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“The New Dealer”: A profile of L.A. art dealer David Kordansky (via T Magazine)
“Nick Cave on the Artist’s Responsiblity” (via Hyperallergic)
“Changing tastes at the 27th edition of the Biennale des Antiquaires” (via Financial Times)
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