Morning Links: Alice in Wonderland Edition

An early edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

An early edition of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

“Amid Arizona’s luxury playground, with its plastic-surgery centers, high-end car shows and multimillion-dollar Arabians horses, a museum that celebrates the Old West opens…in Scottsdale.” [The Arizona Republic]

Times art critic Karen Rosenberg has been named deputy editor of Artspace Magazine. [New York Observer]

Here are details on the Guggenheim’s upcoming Alberto Burri show. [The New York Times]

Holland Cotter on Stephen Somerstein photographs of the Selma to Montgomery march. [The New York Times]

Shoe designer Paul Andrew keeps a Richard Serra etching on display in his Manhattan showroom [The Wall Street Journal]

The story of Wolfgang Gurlitt, cousin of the now infamous Hildebrand. [The Art Newspaper]

“French Art Institutions Unite in Support of Charlie Hebdo” [Artnet News]

A number of books and exhibitions are planned ahead of the 150th anniversary of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. [The New York Times]

Sculptor Milton Hebald dies at 97. [The New York Times]

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