Morning Links: Marina Abramovic Institute Apologizes Edition

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Screenshot from “Picasso Baby.”


“Marina Abramovic Institute Apologizes to Jay-Z, and to Abramovic.” [The New York Times]

Palmyra, Syria’s most important archeological site, has been taken over by Islamic State militia. [The Art Newspaper]

Emory University’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library now owns the institutional papers of Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. [Artforum]

An interview with newly appointed director of the Brooklyn Museum, Anne Pasternak, on her vision for the museum. [The Art Newspaper]

Centre Pompidou outposts may open across China. [The Art Newspaper]

A money-themed private art collection, featuring works by Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Joseph Beuys, and Tim Noble and Sue Webster could be worth $93 million. [LA Times]

Jerry Saltz on Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, the Andy Warhols of our time. [SEEN]

British scientists found a huge number of animal mummies with no bones. [Hyperallergic]

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