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Morning Links: Destroyed Jimmie Durham Tree Edition

Jimmie Durham planting an apple tree, in 2011, at Documenta 13. ALPHAVILLE

Jimmie Durham planting an apple tree, in 2011, at Documenta 13.

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In Kassel, Germany, works by Jimmie Durham and Heini Gut were destroyed by vandals. [artnet News]

Kansas moves from Tribeca to the Lower East Side. Commence the “Dorothy, we’re no longer in Tribeca” jokes. [The Observer]

Beverly Buchanan, the artist known for her “shacks” that dealt with poverty in the American South, died yesterday. [Artforum]

With an exhibition of 100 works from the Barjeel Foundation, the Whitechapel Gallery will have the UK’s “broadest single overview of Arab art… to date.” [The Art Newspaper]

Got dead bodies? Icelandic artist Snorri Ásmundsson wants one for his next piece. [Hyperallergic]

Simon Dybbroe Møller at Francesca Minini. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Surprise: experts say making sunburn art is bad for you. [WREG]

Why the Biennale des Antiquiares is going annual. [Artinfo]

The 47 finalists for the 2015 Archibald prize, given to Australian artists who make portraits, were announced today. [The Guardian]

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