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Morning Links: Adolphe Yvon Edition

"Genius of America" by Adolphe Yvon.

‘Genius of America’ by Adolphe Yvon.

Zaha Hadid plans a series of seven high-rise buildings with housing and office space in Bratislava, Slovakia. [Phaidon]

A controversial mural by Adolphe Yvon, covered by a curtain for a decade in the Chancellor’s Hall at the State Education Building in Albany, is now back on view on a limited basis. [NYT]

Here are six things that are too “fragile, valuable, or strange to display to the public.” [Telegraph]

Wolfgang Laib is the subject of a permanent installation at the Phillips Collection. [WSJ]

There’s a new art fair in London called Art13. [Bloomberg]

Not to contradict our cover story or anything but there are too many artists in Peekskill, N.Y. [WSJ]

San Francisco’s Fine Arts Museums are on a firing spree. [The San Francisco Chronicle]

Marina Abramovic will make a film about James Franco. [Gawker]

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