MORE ART HEADLINES FROM ALL OVERJune 7, 2011
* Four-year-old Australian Aelita Andre has sold her abstract paintings internationally for tens of thousands of dollars, and works in her current exhibition at Chelsea’s Agora Gallery, which runs through June 25, have already sold, reports the New York Post.
* New York Times architecture critic Nicolai Ouroussoff is “moving on” at the end of this month to write a book, according to the Architect’s Newspaper.
* 40 paintings by the men from the Wiggins family – three consecutive generations of painters from New York -- go on display through July 1, 2011, at Greenwich Village’s Salmagundi Club, one of the oldest art clubs in the U.S., reports the New York Times.
* Anthony Josef Norris, founder of San Francisco’s nonprofit art education group Kid Serve Youth Murals, was arrested last week for possession of child pornography, reports the SF Gate.
* Linda Duke leaves her post at the Indianapolis Museum of Art to become director of the Beach Museum of Art at Kansas State University, reports the Republic.