Morning Links: Broad Museum Vault Edition



John Latham’s Flat Time House in London, which the artist refers to as a “living sculpture studio home,” will close next year. [The Art Newspaper]

The Broad Museum will soon offer visitors a glimpse into the art stored in their vault, beyond the tip of the iceberg usually on view. [Los Angeles Times]

Bill Lynch at Tanya Leighton Gallery in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Artists react to the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson. [NBC]

Here’s a mosaic portrait of art collector and actor Leonard Nimoy, crowdsourced from Trekkie selfies. [The Guardian]

The Museum of African Art & Culture, which has been located in Maine for over a decade, is moving to New Hampshire. [The News Tribune]

Grand Budapest Hotel star Tony Revolori visited the Wes Anderson fan art pop-up show this weekend in New York. [Blouin Artinfo]

The British Museum is asking the public for help decoding an inscription on a 800-year-old sword, now on view at the British Library. [Yahoo!]

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