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Morning Links: The Abramovic Method Edition

Marina Abramovic performing The Artist is Present at MoMA in 2010. COURTESY FLICKR

Marina Abramovic performing The Artist is Present at MoMA in 2010.

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In response to the destruction of antiquities in Syria and Iraq, the UK’s new Conservative government has committed to ratifying the Hague Convention. [The Art Newspaper]

An iconic beachfront house in Malibu, California, “one of most important remaining modern houses in Southern California” designed by Craig Ellwood in 1978, is in danger of being demolished. [Los Angeles Times]

Lynda Benglis at The Hepworth Wakefield. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Prehistoric paintings in Colombia were photographed and filmed for the first time. [The Guardian]

Hitler’s paintings sold at auction for $440,000 in Germany. [The New York Times]

Marina Abramovic will be teaching The Abramovic Method in Sydney as part of the Kaldor Public Arts Project, in order to help the audience “get back in touch with their inner selves.” [ABC News]

Korean monochrome art was a big hit at 2015 Art Basel. [The Korean Herald]

Kanye West compared himself to Leonardo da Vinci in an interview with the Sunday Times. [The Sunday Times]

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