Morning Links: Larry Clark Edition

Larry Clark at the Deauville Film Festival.  COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Larry Clark at the Deauville Film Festival.


“New Work,” director and photographer Larry Clark’s new art series and limited edition skate shoe made in collaboration with luxury shoe designer Eugène Riconneaus, debuted this week in Paris.  [Complex]

A State Hermitage Museum employee has been arrested in connection to the theft of historic illustrations, engravings, and photographs from its collection. The images were allegedly cut out from from books in the library and offered for sale at antiquarian bookshops. [The Art Newspaper]

Read this piece about the ethics of prison architecture. [The New York Times]

Over 900 artists, including Brian Eno, Mike Leigh, and Ken Loach are calling for an end to the oppression of Palestine, and have announced a cultural boycott of Israel until its government “complies with international law and universal principles of human rights.” [Dazed Digital]

A first look at the Met’s spring costume institute exhibition, which will be titled “China: Through the Looking Glass.” []

NASA’s Goddard Center in Maryland is offering a permanent exhibition “Solarium,” in which visitors can stand face to face with the sun’s rotating surface. [The Art Newspaper]

See the hazy hedonism of Tokyo’s nightlife in Spanish photographer Cesar Ordoñez’s collection of black-and-white shots. [The Guardian]

Photographer Donald Graham has mailed cease and desist letters to Richard Prince and the Gagosian Gallery over the unauthorized use of his photograph titled Rastafarian Smoking a Joint, Jamaica. [Hyperallergic]

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