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Morning Links: Richard Prince Seinfeld Art Edition

Jerry's Girl, 2013, by Richard Prince. (Courtesy Two Palms Press)

Last year, Richard Price made Jerry’s Girl, a print that’s purportedly a composite of all of Jerry Seinfeld’s girlfriends on the show that bears his name. Yada yada yada, it’s now hanging in Southampton, basically a stone’s throw from the comedian’s summer house. [Page Six]

Gilbert & George talk death, religion, and Keira Knightley. Read More

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Morning Links: Roman Street Art Edition

Art vendors on the street in Italy's capital. (Courtesy Photo Libra)

After banning vendors near tourist traps like the Colosseum, Roman government officials are now fiercely regulating the number of street artists allowed to hawk their paintings to visiting sightseers. Permits will be handed out according to technical skill, to be judged by a panel of experts. [The Art Newspaper]

New director appointments at Marianne Read More

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Morning Links: More Adorable Cat Art Edition

Works in "Another Cat Show" at 356 Mission Gallery in Los Angeles. (Courtesy 356 Mission)

Roberta Smith writes 1400 words about the tiny El Greco show at The Frick—just two canvases!— including these seven: “The show is, simply put, a stunner.” [NYT]

Gagosian Gallery’s outpost in Rome will haul some works a few blocks down the street to the Galleria d’arte Moderna, which is building an extension to exclusively Read More

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Morning Links: Going to California Edition

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, with its Chris Burden installation. (Photo courtesy LACMA)

Sam Falls, Jordan Wolfson, and other Los Angeles transplants explain why they came out west, often away from their galleries in New York or London, to work. Apparently the weather is nice there. [T]

And while we’re out in California, let’s note that the Hammer Museum has handed out the prizes associated with its Read More

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Morning Links: Goodbye Corcoran Edition

The Corcoran. (Courtesy Senate.gov)

A Washington, D.C. judge has approved a plan to dissolve the Corcoran Gallery of Art and divide its collection between the National Gallery of Art and George Washington University. [NYT]

Shepard Fairey is painting a mural on the giant wall space that faces Houston Street and The Bowery. Last time he painted on that Read More

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Morning Links: White Album Edition

The White Album. (Courtesy FACT gallery)

Studies show that—despite the rapid appreciation in value of works by Lucien Smith, Oscar Muillo, Israel Lund, Alex Israel and others, and the fact that dealers are selling these works months after purchase and barely a year after their creation for up to ten times what they were once worth—the art market is no more Read More