Happenings: Top Art News, from Gallery Weekend Berlin to Rhizome’s Seven on Seven
This week, we launch previews for Frieze New York, NADA New York, Collective 2 Design Fair; we feature Gallery Weekend Berlin; and we continue to host the SFMOMA Modern Ball Auction, the 10th Annual BAM Art Auction, and the Whitney Art Party auction.
...in London, Dan Holdsworth and Polly Morgan open at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery; Elizabeth Neel opens at Pilar Corrias; Andreas Gursky opens at White Cube; and Lynn Chadwick opens at Blain | Southern.
...in Los Angeles, Maura Bendett and Paul Gillis open at Edward Cella Art + Architecture; and Nathan Mabry and Adrian Saxe open at Cherry and Martin.
In the news last week, lost digital works by Warhol, from his 1985 Commodore Amiga computer, were recovered with the help of new media artist Cory Arcangel (The Verge); details and images of  Kara Walker’s upcoming show at Domino Sugar Factory were released (New York Times); the art world was abuzz about James Franco’s new show (Vulture); the Noguchi Museum honored Norman Foster and Hiroshi Sugimoto with the inaugural Isamu Noguchi Awards (Blouin ARTINFO); Tracey Emin petitioned to save a local London shopkeeper from eviction (The Art Newspaper); the Pompidou is to pop up in Mexico City (The Art Newspaper); Annie Leibovitz’s new Taschen book is 476-pages-long and retails at $2,500 (Los Angeles Times); Richard Serra became the first artist to win the Presidentʼs Medal from the Architectural League of New York (New York Times); Marina Abramović and Steve McQueen were named among TIME’s 100 Most Influential People (TIME); and Takashi Murakami’s first feature-length film, Jellyfish Eyes, is set to tour the U.S. (Vanity Fair).