Morning Links: Radiohead Edition

Thom Yorke, Radiohead frontman.  COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

A drawing of Thom Yorke, Radiohead frontman.


Mexico City’s Museo Jumex cancels a controversial Hermann Nitsch show. [The New York Times]

London’s Wellcome Collection is showing a new exhibition, “Forensics, The Anatomy of Crime,” which showcases female artists who make art out of murder. [The Guardian]

Read this review of the New Museum’s third Triennial, “Surround Audience,” which opens today. [Hyperallergic]

See Ben Peterson’s works at Ratio 3 in San Francisco. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Dutch artist Noortje Zijlstra — a vegetarian — mounts animal heads on shuttlecocks to encourage people to think about the food they eat. [The Telegraph]

Read about the Photoshop of sound. [New Yorker]

Brussels-based artist Olya TsoraEva created a mold of Thom Yorke’s face out of plasticine for her stop-motion film Plastic Crash, a work that reimagines Radiohead’s “Creep.” [The Creators Project]

Nearly 100 items of Syrian art and antiquities  looted by the extremist Islamic State group, such as such as gold and silver Byzantine coins, Roman pottery, and glass altogether worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, have been smuggled into Britain and are being sold to fund the group’s activities. [The Washington Post]

© 2019 ARTnews Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. ARTnews® is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.