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Anne Imhof, Patti Smith to Ring in New Year in London and More: Morning Links from December 29, 2020

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Anne Imhof and Patti Smith will stage a New Year’s Eve event in London’s Piccadilly Circus. [FAD Magazine]

A statue of Abraham Lincoln in front of San Francisco’s city hall has been defaced as part of a debate over the former president’s legacy. [San Francisco Chronicle]

Two Banksy works made some 12 years ago were defaced in New Orleans over Christmas weekend. [The New York Post]

Museums & Institutions

As the end of the year approaches, many cultural nonprofits are scrambling to get last-minute donations to stay afloat. [The New York Times]

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Here’s a look at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s expansion project, which is due to be completed in 2022. [Buffalo Business First]

The Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania, Australia, has reopened after a nine-month closure with a new hang of its collection. [The Art Newspaper]

Behold, nine of the boldest museum designs from 2020. [Artnet News]

Art & Artists

Art in America has republished a 2015 interview with Barbara Rose, the art-history changing critic who died over the weekend. [Art in America]

Carolina A. Miranda bemoans the end of Adobe Flash and why it marks “the end of an era for creativity on the web.” [Los Angeles Times]

Long overshadowed by his onetime collaborator Marina Abramović, Ulay is currently the subject of a retrospective at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, which will reopen in January.  [The New York Times]

Enuma Oroko considers the art of Nengi Omuku, who has a solo show of new work on view at London’s Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery. [Harper’s Bazaar]

The biography of the key Korean painter Park Seo-bo, written by his daughter Park Seung-sook, has been made available for free online.  [The Korea Herald]

And finally, an incubator at the Florida International University aims to help artists hone their business acumen. [Hyperallergic]

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