Tita3 in Peru. (Photo by enteserhumano.)
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- The Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies. (ackackack.)
- ArtNews‘s Top 200 Collectors.
- Dang, do I love me some lawsuit: Brooklyn’s River Café suing over salt water damage suffered from Olafur Eliasson’s waterfalls. (@kenwheaton.)
- The Art Industrial Average Continues Its Downward Slide: The market sinks at London auctions.
- After all the brouhaha about wanting it back, the Euphronios krater isn’t exactly attracting awe-struck crowds in Italy.
- One word: Plastics. They don’t live as long as we thought they did. (Arts Journal.)
- Sarah Jessica Parker talks to ArtNet for “literally three minutes” about her new art reality show. (Animal.)
- The Guardian crowdsources coverage of Gormley’s Fourth Plinth project. Plus: Rupert Christiansen at the Telegraph reports that the installation has already become a bore. (Best of 3.)
- Speaking of crowds: LACMA is dealing with Michael Jackson mourners intent on getting as close as they can to Koons’ sculpture of Jackson with Bubbles.
- The week in art world conflict: Philip Smith was left out of the Met’s Pictures Generation show and the Saltz-Master isn’t gonna take it anymore. Plus: Greg.org takes on the wall text.
- Photographs of Cuba by Ernesto Bazan.
- In other news: Alberto Gonzales finally found a job.
- Today’s Street Art: Amose in Tokyo.
- In time for Christmas? Zaha Hadid’s Chicago pavilion – which was supposed to open in June – still not open.
- Design schemes for NOLA homes from Brad Pitt’s architectural foundation.
- Frank Lloyd Wright’s various designs for the Guggenheim.
- Priceless: An open letter to Dwell Magazine.
- Your moment of Have You Heard of Hip-Hop?