September 8, 2014: The Met Opens a New Plaza, A Monet Painting Discovered in a Suitcase, and Contemporary Art’s Best Dressed Artists

Daily Digest: Top Art News
Sep 8, 2014 8:15PM

Today’s Notable News

Tomorrow morning in New York, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will open a new plaza the size of three football fields. (via ArtInfo)

A landscape by Claude Monet, circa 1864, has been discovered in a suitcase belonging to Cornelius Gurlitt. (via New York Times)

Mark Bradford’s 100-ft mural to be unveiled this week at the Rose Art Museum (via The Art Newspaper)

Starting today, Cerith Wyn Evans takes over Serpentine Galleries’ Instagram channel in anticipation of his upcoming exhibition at Serpentine Sackler, which opens on September 17th. (Follow along: @serpentineuk)

Best of Instagram

@artforum caught Artsy’s Michelle Finocchi attending the opening of David Benjamin Sherry’s “Climate Vortex Sutra” at Salon 94 Bowery.  

Good Reads

After 55 Years in Vaunted Spot, a Picasso is Persuaded to Curl” (via New York Times)

The Most Stylish Visual Artists Right Now” (via Complex)


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