Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Converting salt water to drinking water, recycling face masks in concrete, an exhibition of abortion stories and more from around the web

Researchers Uncover a Fragment of the Asteroid That May Have Killed Off Dinosaurs Paleontologists discovered a tiny fragment that may have been from the asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago and killed off the dinosaurs, as revealed in a new documentary Dinosaur Apocalypse. Found in the Tanis fossil site in North Dakota, the fragment was preserved in amber after landing in tree resin upon …

Interview: Artist Josh Smith On His Process and The Large-Scale Abstractions in “Keyhole”

Understanding the artist's latest work from his Bushwick studio to Xavier Hufkens gallery in Brussels

Recently on view at Xavier Hufkens gallery in Brussels, Josh Smith’s Keyhole comprised a new collection of large-scale, colorful abstract paintings and figurative monotypes. One of the best-known contemporary painters of his generation, Smith has walked the line of representational art, text-based painting and abstraction. The artist divides his time between New York and Tennessee, and has a massive studio in NYC’s Bushwick, where he …

Morton Street Partners is a One-Stop Shop For Savvy Car and Art Collectors Alike

Collectible cars, NFTs and fine art are shown together in this West Village gallery

Entering the 19th century carriage house of Morton Street Partners in NYC‘s West Village reveals a realm of delightful organized chaos filled with cars, NFTs and artwork sprinkled throughout the white cube space. The working garage door seems to be a nod to the purpose of the room, which houses the inaugural exhibition Unsafe at Any Speed, where car expert trio Tom Hale, Jake Auerbach …