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Morning Links: Tania Bruguera Edition

Tania Bruguera. Photo by Hector S Martinez / Herb Alpert Award in the Arts. VIA L.A. TIMES

Tania Bruguera.

HECTOR S. MARTINEZ/HERB ALPERT AWARD IN THE ARTS/VIA LOS ANGELES TIMES

Miuccia Prada is playing a pivotal role in Italy’s relationship with Iran: her Fondazione Prada is lending an ancient Italian sculpture to Tehran for an ancient Greek statue in return. [The Art Newspaper]

Marion True, the former Getty curator accused of knowingly acquiring looted works, has released portions of her new memoir. [Artforum]

Marc Camille Chaimowicz with Ana Pellicer, Bernadette Corporation at House of Gaga in Mexico City. [Contemporary Art Daily]

ISIL fighters have annihilated the ancient Temple of Baal-Shamin in Palmyra. [The Art Newspaper]

Private art advisers are popping up in what has become an exploding art market. [The New York Times]

Here’s an interview with the artist Bob and Roberta Smith on the state of things. [The Guardian]

Tania Bruguera is back in the U.S. after 8 months of detention in Cuba. [Los Angeles Times]

St. Petersburg, Florida will soon be the home of a new $75 million museum featuring Western and Native American art. [Artforum]

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