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Morning Links: Two World Trade Center Edition

The future Two World Trade Center building.  COURTESY ARTFORUM

The future Two World Trade Center building.

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The National Academy Museum has named Dr. Maura Reilly as its new chief curator. [Artforum]

Paris’s Pont des Arts bridge has replaced its famous collection of “love locks” with “love graffiti.” [ABC News]

San Francisco’s De Young Museum is organizing a 2016 show focused on Ed Ruscha’s “vision of the American frontier.” [The Art Newspaper]

Leonardo DiCaprio is donating his environmental work, Solar Reserve by John Gerrard, to Los Angeles County Museum of Art. [The Art Newspaper]

Design plans for Two World Trade Center have been revealed by architectural firm BIG. [Artforum]

CBC’s Power & Politics host Evan Solomon has been fired over “secret art deals.” [CBC News]

Minneapolis’s Walker Art Center has announced “family-friendly performance art” for the 2015-2016 season. [Star Tribune]

Tania Bruguera was again arrested and this time injured by Cuban police. [Hyperallergic]

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