The New York Times special section on museums is meaty. The Guggenheim selling an exhibition? Yeah, I feel uneasy about that, too. (Weird shoutout to the Museum of Northwest Art, by the way.)

The past, present, and unsure future of Haitian art are covered, emerging artists get the attention of MoMA curators by posting themselves to an easy aggregator online (Studio Visit), Philippe de Montebello speaks with great polish as always, and obscure painter Judith Rothschild—at least she gets publicity from the sketchy behavior of her executor.

Also, Portland is having a biennial. Or sort of an anti-biennial, in that it is not an institutional project but a sprawly one. I'm intrigued.