Advertisers and Links Of Note

First, I’d like to welcome and give a passionate cry to new advertiser Kinsey, an American Experience documentary airing Monday, February 14th on PBS. Psst, even though Kinsey’s work is half a century old, don’t tell the Secretary of Education.
Meanwhile, Daddy Types may sound like something Kinsey would’ve been into, but it’s actually a site for new dads. Check that one out, too.

  • Art world news I shouldn’t have had to find out for myself: Damien Hirst works were damaged during a paparazzi scuffle at the Imitation of Christ show at Lever House? Naturally, an Olsen twin is involved. David Rimanelli could give a rat’s ass in Artforum.
  • Completely unrelated: Curator/fashionista/much-taller-than-an-Olsen twin Thelma Golden was appointed director of The Studio Museum of Harlem, rather righteous. [via artnet]
  • Lynne Cooke has a thoughtful, brainy elegy to Agnes Martin in Artforum. Cooke curated the Dia:Beacon show of Martin’s earlier paintings. For what turned out to be her last exhibition–at Pace Wildenstein in 2004–Martin showed works that harkened back to her earliest, formative paintings.