Morning Links: Edvard Munch Edition

Edvard Munch's The Scream (1893).  COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Edvard Munch’s The Scream (1893).


The Edvard Munch Award is set to return after a hiatus of nearly a decade. [The Art Newspaper]

Musée Maillol in Paris shuts its doors indefinitely on its 20th birthday, due to falling attendance and rising debts. [The Art Newspaper]

A Yoko Ono retrospective of approximately 125 objects, works on paper, installations, performances, recordings, and films, titled “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971,” will open at MoMA on May 17. [Rolling Stone]

Mad Men will be canonized in museums across the country, including the Smithsonian, the Museum of the Moving Image, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. [New York Magazine]

Jim Jarmusch created a soundtrack to four silent works by Man Ray with his post-rock band, Sqürl. [T Magazine]

Princeton University has received a trove of rare books valued at nearly $300 million, including a Gutenberg Bible, an original printing of the Declaration of Independence, all four of Shakespeare’s Folios, and significant musical manuscripts written by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert and Wagner. [New York Times]

Artist Sheila Girling has died at the age of 90. [The Art Newspaper]

Read about Michael Chow, restaurateur and artist. [Los Angeles Times]

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