September 5, 2014: Danh Vo Faces Lawsuit, Frank Gehry Redesigns Original Plans For Eisenhower Memorial, and Banksy to Air on HBO

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Sep 5, 2014 6:17PM


Colin Kilian and Samuel Stabler open at Garis & Hahn; E.V. Day opens at Mary Boone Gallery; and Paul Graham and David Hockney open at Pace Gallery.


Carl Ostendarp closes September 6th at Elizabeth Dee.

Today’s Notable News

Frank Gehry is altering his design for the Eisenhower memorial after the president’s family complained about the original plans, requesting a smaller-scale approach. (via The Guardian)

Collector Bert Kreuk has sued artist Danh Vo for $1.2 million, claiming that Vo failed to produce a work Kreuk purchased for $350,000 and had planned to include in an exhibition of his collection at the Hague Municipal Museum last year.

The Guggenheim Foundation announced today the fall dates and programing around the Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition, starting with stage-one submissions, due September 10th.

A new Banksy documentary titled “Banksy Does New York” will air on HBO starting in November. (via LA Times)

Best of Instagram

@Marianneboeskygallery shared a photo of its current exhibition “Roxy Paine: Denuded Lens,” which opened last night.

Good Reads

The Odds and Ends of New York” A review of the New York Historical Society’s current show. (via New York Times)

Looking at Cats with Ai Weiwei” (via Hyperallergic)

The Art of the Diorama: Roxy Paine’s Security Theater” (via Art in America)

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