The Making of The 606, Chicago
"@artinstitutechi: Don’t think they’re gonna make it! MT @terahlynle: @artinstitutechi mummies arrived @UChicagoMed for their CT scans."
"Here’s how it breaks the glass at Punta della Dogana! For the exhibition ‘Prima Materia,’ Lee Ufan installs his work ‘relatum (formerly Phenomena and Perception B)’, 1968/1969/2012." (Palazzo Grassi)
"The above image is of Pollock’s No. 4 painting, which sold in Sotheby’s for £25 million."  (telegraph.co.uk)
Olaf Breuning’s Clouds are almost ready - exhibition opens tomorrow! Every day will be blue sky day at 60th Street and 5th Avenue.
photos: Micah Bozeman
"This end up: How the Royal Ontario Museum transports ancient artifacts. A new exhibition at the Royal Ontario Museum showcases over 200 treasures from imperial China. But getting them to Canada safely, and then back to China, is Andy O’Mara’s job”. Video (theglobeandmail.com) [submitted by G. Cragg - thank you!)
"Look who’s back! Matisse’s ‘Bathers by a River’ returns to the Art Institute for our reopening of the Modern collection on April 18." (artinstitutechi)
"Today [February 20, 2014], the celebrated sculpture ‘La Muse endormi’ (1910) by Constantin Brancusi arrived in the museum. This work belongs to The Art Institute of Chicago. It seldom travels. Thanks to the quality of the Rotterdam collection, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is able to obtain an important piece such as this on loan.” (Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen)
"Charline von Heyl’s impressive paintings, waiting to be unwrapped. Now hung on the walls as part of Rose Projects 01A: “The Matter that Surrounds Us.” (The Rose Art Museum)
"The ‘Golden Age’ of André Derain, largest canvas in the Musée de l’Orangerie, just come back after several months of loan to the Museum of Modern Art of the City of Paris. , It was presented as part of the exhibition "Art in war." His 2.74m height 4.79 m length required the intervention of nearly 10 people to give to their location!" (Musée de l’Orangerie)
"An art handler with Tomma Abts’s Zebe, 2010.” “The installation period is the most exciting and intense part of organising an exhibition.” (Tate)