Richard Prince, Untitled (Original), 2008, at Gagosian Madison Avenue. Photo: 16 Miles
- ArtInfo asked some folks what art Obama should show in the White House. Edward Winkleman went with Edward Hopper. Doreen Remen suggested Barkley Hendricks. Andres Serrano recommended his own work. [via Winkleman]
- Cotter makes it clear that No Soul for Sale is a ball.
- Modern Art Notes stopped at Dia:Beacon on a Twitter-broadcasted tour of museums.
- Anaba noted that Thierry Goldberg Projects, at 5 Rivington, is in Richard Prince's old Spiritual America space. (Added to the Lost Art of New York Map.)
- Two Coats of Paint jumped into the Pollock & Krasner papers now online and emerged with quite a few gems.
- Matthew Barney and Elizabeth Peyton made some art in Greece involving an older slaughterhouse and paintings submerged in the sea. A massive dinner party followed. C-Monster reports.
- Old news: Gagosian is nearly doubling the size of his LA space with the help of Richard Meier. Is this the art equivalent of Warren Buffett pumping $5 billion into Goldman Sachs in September?