Pace Gallery Goes Big on Editorial, Little-Seen Ancient Sculptures Will Go on View, and More: Morning Links from October 29, 2019
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Pace Gallery Goes Big on Editorial, Little-Seen Ancient Sculptures Will Go on View, and More: Morning Links from October 29, 2019

The architectural rendering of Pace’s new home in New York. To receive Morning Links in your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. News Pace Gallery is looking to grow its editorial offerings with a new senior director of content hired from rival Hauser & Wirth. ARTnews Controversy surrounds a gallery in the newly reopened MoMA named for Glenn Dubin, who has been accused of having ties to the late Jeffrey Epstein. Dubin has vigorously denied the allegations. The New York Post Margaret Carrigan: “A long-running lawsuit regarding damage to the cardboard frames on a triptych of Martin Kippenberger paintings has quietly come to a conclusion as a Los Angeles court rejected a nearly $100 million bad faith claim against the insurance company XL Specialty.” The Art Newspaper History Read a survey of American museum directors whose reigns started before the young age of 40. ARTnews In time for Halloween, read up on artist Eric Oglander’s obsession with “the weird world of ‘haunted’ eBay.” To wit: “Oglander describes himself as a ‘collector of aesthetics,’ and his material is the ephemera of the world around us. For him, it is not the item on sale, but […]

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