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Morning Links: ‘I Woke Up Like This’ Edition

Flawless. Holmqvist wearing Oscar Magnuson's Karl glasses. (Courtesy Oscar Magnuson)

Flawless. (Courtesy Oscar Magnuson)

Ted Loos visits with Alice Aycock as she installs her sculptures along Park Avenue. [NYT]

U.K. National Gallery Director Nicholas Penny talks blockbuster exhibitions. [The Daily Telegraph]

France returned three works looted by the Nazis to their rightful owners. Only 102 of about 2,000 pieces that France recovered after World War II and placed in museums, pending the identification of their owners, have been returned. [NYT]

The Harvard Art Museums will reopen after lengthy renovations in November. [The Harvard Crimson]

The Van Gogh Museum has reinstated a ban on photography. [The Art Newspaper]

Colm Tóibín: Art and Politics in Catalonia (Subscription only). [London Review of Books]

“While a US study highlights the gender gap among museum directors, better pay and greater opportunities for experts in America sparks fear of ‘brain drain’ from Britain.” [The Art Newspaper]

Karl Holmqvist: I woke up like this! [Artists Space/Instagram]

Michelangelo Pistoletto at Luhring Augustine Bushwick: seriously great. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Allese Thomson reports from Armory Week. [Artforum]

“Donor of the Day: Jennifer McSweeney, MoMA Official Helps Artists Get
Big Projects Done” [WSJ]

“Sculptures Vandalized at Bellevue Hospital’s Serene Escape.” [NYT]

(Image courtesy OM Quarterly)

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