"Artist Kara Walker installing ‘The Nigger Huck Finn Pursues Happiness Beyond the Narrow Constraints of your Overdetermined Thesis on Freedom - Drawn and Quartered by Mister Kara Walkerberry, with Condolences to The Authors’ (2010) at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, 2013. Production still from the ART21 ‘Exclusive’ episode, ‘Kara Walker: Starting Out’ (http://a21.tv/KaraWalkerStartingOut)” (Art21.org)
"Art Handlers install Philippe Parreno’s marquee at the entrance of Dancing Around the Bride at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.” (pcah.us) 
WORK IN PROGRESS
Saison 2014 @ Palais de Tokyo L’Etat du ciel, exposition "Nouvelles histoires de fantômes" par Arno Gisinger et Georges Didi-Huberman © 2014 Nathalie Seroux Photographe
Du 14 février au 7 septembre 2014.
Plus d’infos sur www.palaisdetokyo.com.
"Miami transport leaving Oslo tomorrow. Eik resting on bubble wrap and merging with "Canyon" by Torbjørn Rødland." (STANDARD (OSLO)) 
"How the Guggenheim Installed James Turrell’s Aten Reign" (video) (Guggenheim)
"In the scrap metal dealer next to my office. Aided by some detective work by Facebook and Twitter friends, I think these are the remains of Fiona Banner's recent exhibits at Tate Britain.” (cormac70) 
"800-Year-Old Frescoes Leave Texas For Cyprus" (npr.org)  (submitted by anewfaceinhell)
Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989 installation in progress, 7/8/2014
"Experts from Cambridge have helped to prove that a self-portrait was painted by Rembrandt following months of analysis. Experts at the Hamilton Kerr Institute (HKI) in Cambridgeshire have now removed several layers of aged and yellowed varnish and analysed the artist’s signature - to prove it was genuine.” (itv.com) [June 2014]
"In anticipation of our upcoming World Monuments Fund’s Watch Day, a few images of the installation of Donald Judd’s 100 works in mill aluminum in the former artillery sheds." (Chinati Foundation) [sumitted by anewfaceinhell)
"Oh baby, our de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park was all a twitter this morning during the uncrating of Whistler’s Mother - she just came in all the way from France. (This painting makes it to our neck of the woods less often than King Tut, so this is a big deal – we’re lucky to have it.” (sfcitizen.com)