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Artist Howardena Pindell Sues G. R. N’Namdi Gallery, and More: Morning Links from April 24, 2020

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Artist Howardena Pindell has sued G. R. N’Namdi Gallery, alleging that it provided her misleading information about buyers and discounts involving her work. [ARTnews]

In a bid to survive the pandemic, several galleries in L.A. have formed the group Gallery Association Los Angeles, creating a joint marketing website. [The New York Times]

Activists opposed to the LACMA redesign have launched ”LACMA Not LackMA,” an unofficial design competition to seek an alternative to the current, controversial plan. [Los Angeles Magazine]

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The construction site of the Notre Dame will reopen next week, giving management the chance to plan the return of workers. [The Art Newspaper]


MoMA curator Ann Temkin talked with the artist Roni Horn about Donald Judd and the central issues of installing sculpture on a grand scale. [Museum of Modern Art Magazine]

The Times’ art critic Jason Farago put together a guide to the best online offerings from the leading cultural institutions worldwide. [The New York Times]

These are the top-ten most visited Met exhibitions in the museum’s 150-year history. [ARTnews]

Art & Artists  

The Hirshhorn Museum just launched “Artists in Quarantine,” a series featuring video diaries from artists around the world. Watch the first episode with Theaster Gates. [YouTube]

Artists Nicole Eisenman and Sam Roeck have designed a sticker pack on Apple titled “Banandemic” to raise NYC emergency coronavirus funds (the bananas also sing Dolly Parton’s “Jolene”). [Vulture]

Photographer Chris Burkard’s new book “At Glacier’s End” is an homage to Iceland’s waterways, and a warning of the risk that they are under from the country’s hydropower plants. [CNN Style]

Parting Thoughts

Has the pandemic made the internet “nice” now? We’re all spending more time online, but it’s healthy to retain a degree of skepticism. [Frieze Magazine]

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