It has come to this: The Corcoran to be dismantled, split up between National Gallery of Art and George Washington University. [Arts Desk, Post, New York Times]

A timeline of the Corcoran’s woes [Post]

Tyler Green analyzes the Corc meltdown, saying it’s been in the tea leaves since 2008. (Though some would argue it’s been longer than that.) [Modern Art Notes]

A summary of the big theater summit/Q-and-A Peter Marks led at Arena Stage Monday night [D.C. Theatre Scene]

On The Daily Show, Kevin Spacey calls Congress “performance art.” [Post]

Phil Kennicott and the Hirshhorn’s Kerry Brougher talk vandalism and art. [Post]

Gehry‘s Eisenhower memorial, slapped down yet again. [Washingtonian]

Robin Wright has it on good authority that D.C. reporters have sex with their sources. [Post]

D.C. unveils its latest crop of public artists. [DCist]

More details on the Barnes & Noble coming to Brookland [WBJ]