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Morning Links: #GuggOccupied Edition

Entrance to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Entrance to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.

COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Whitney curators talk about their decision to include 5 anti-lynching prints in the museum’s inaugural show, “America is Hard to See.” [SEEN]

Linda Nochlin, author of ARTnews’s famous 1971 feature “Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?” will speak at London’s National Gallery on June 5. [Twitter]

Greer Lankton’s show at Between Bridges Gallery in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The art scene in eastern Caracas, Venezuela. [The Financial Times]

This morning in Venice, artists and activists occupied the Peggy Guggenheim Collection for #GuggOccupied. [Hyperallergic]

Cornell University is suing the architectural firm founded by Pritzker Prize-winner I. M. Pei for what they call a flawed design for the expansion of the university art museum. [The New York Times]

Jordanian street art addresses women’s rights, ISIS, and freedom. [NY Post]

“Jackson Pollock’s Mural Makes A Rare Trip To The Biennale.” [The New York Times]

The painting known as Titian’s Mistress has been discovered to be a genuine Titian. [The Guardian]

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