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Morning Links: Misogynistic Appropriation Edition

Sicardi and Smith's photograph versus Antander's photograph. COURTESY THE ARTISTS AND JEZEBEL

Sicardi and Smith’s photograph versus Antander’s photograph.COURTESY THE ARTISTS AND JEZEBEL

Zak Arctander appropriated a photograph by Arabelle Sicardi and Tayler Smith, and his version ended up in The New Yorker. Sicardi and Smith strike back. [Jezebel]

Billionaire collector Adrian Cheng is supporting a series of exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London and the K11 Art Foundation. [The Art Newspaper]

The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, in North Carolina, has an exhibition of Henri Matisse’s books. [Hyperallergic]

Instagram and start-ups are defining art business more than ever. [CNBC]

Michaël Borremans at the Dallas Museum of Art. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Danh Vō lost a lawsuit to collector Bert Kreul. [Artforum]

Belgian artist Jan Fabre prepares for his 24-hour performance. [artnet News]

On Fresh Air, Noah Charney, the author of The Art of Forgery, discusses how to fake a work of art. [NPR]

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