- Christopher Knight smacks down Jeffrey Deitch’s Warhol-obsessed MOCA exhibition program. Don’t miss the end.
- In the Philly Inky, Ed Sozanski understands that tourism, and not art, is motivating Philadelphia art institutions these days. (I agree.)
- The AGO’s Sherry Phillips discusses the conservation of a Michael Snow. (A leading member of the all-underrated team, he. A small exhibition of his work is up now at the AGO.)
- Having spent years researching an exhibition, what’s it like to install it? The Getty’s Antonia Boström details the final steps of presenting “Messerschmidt and Modernity.”
- Happy tenth anniversary to Conscientious.
- William Poundstone points out one of ex-MOCA curator Paul Schimmel’s strengths: Organizing rigorously researched exhibitions that were readily and broadly accessible.
- The Tour de France ended over the weekend, but Robert Capa’s shots of the Tour are still on Fans in a Flashbulb.
Art-focused Journalism by Tyler Green