Morning Links: @dirty_corner Edition

A dirty corner. Photo by Anish Kapoor. COURTESY THE ARTIST'S INSTAGRAM

A dirty corner, shot by Anish Kapoor.


After discovering that three Israeli artists were also showing work at Dismaland (including one who had served in the IDF), Palestinian artist Shadi Alzaqzouq covered up his work, causing security guards to remove him from the theme park. [Dazed Digital]

Hauser & Wirth will be showing Mike Kelley’s Superman-inspired Kandors series in New York, beginning next month. [The Art Newspaper]

A group of experts are calling for an international review of royalty rights for artists after  a conference at the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva. [The Art Newspaper]

Cally Spooner at De Vleeshal in Middelburg. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Savannah College of Art and Design will open the South’s first fashion museum. [Artforum]

On the ethics of restoration. []

Keith Arnatt, the photographer who went to war against the art world, is having an exhibition of early work titled “Absence of the Artist.” [The Guardian]

Anish Kapoor has created an Instagram account highlighting all the world’s dirty corners. @dirty_corner. [Dazed Digital]

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