Morning Links: American Flag Edition

Donald Judd, American Flag in Negative Colors of the Spectrum, 1968.JUDD FOUNDATION VIA GREG.ORG

Donald Judd, American Flag in Negative Colors of the Spectrum, 1968.


The Kunstmuseum Bern published a list of works in the disputed collection of Cornelius Gurlitt, along with quite a few thumbnail photos of them. [The New York Times]

Andrew Bernardini at the 40th anniversary of Toronto’s Art Metropole, the publisher, distributor, bookshop, and gallery founded by General Idea. [Artforum]

“The Tate museums and the wildly popular 3-D video game Minecraft have teamed up to create Tate Worlds, a series of virtual environments based on specific artworks.” [The New York Times]

The Economist praises Renzo Piano’s Harvard Art Museums building. [The Economist]

The Frick acquired a Murillo, and Seattle will get an art fair, organized by Vulcan (a company owned by Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen) and Art Market Productions. [The New York Times]

Martin Bailey takes a look at the first major rehang of the collection at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam in its 41-year history. [The Art Newspaper]

On the flags of Jasper Johns, Donald Judd (whoa!), and David Hammons. []

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