Morning Links: Menstrual Blood Edition

DARC for SPILL Festival of Performance, London 2015. Photo by Manuel Vason. VIA DAZED DIGITAL

DARC for SPILL Festival of Performance, London 2015.


Olafur Eliasson has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a solar-powered cell phone charger, which he co-designed. [The Art Newspaper]

A review of “Opus Hypnagogia: Sacred Spaces of Visionary and Vernacular Art” at the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn. [The New York Times]

Harold Koda, curator of the Met’s Costume Institute, will be stepping down. [Artforum]

“Phillips joins Sotheby’s on eBay platform.” [Art Market Monitor]

Sotheby’s has announced that it will auction A. Alfred Taubman’s collection, amounting to over 500 works and estimated at $500 million. The Detroit Institute of Arts is dismayed that the collection will not be going to the museum. [The Detroit News]

Britain is apparently only publicly displaying 3% of its government-owned art collection, which is worth at least £3.5 billion. [BBC]

Diango Hernández at Kunsthalle Münster. [Contemporary Art Daily] 

Performance artist Poppy Jackson needs YOUR menstrual blood. [Dazed Digital]

Brazilian millionaire Bernardo Paz is turning a huge portion of a rainforest park into an outdoor contemporary art museum. [Business Insider]

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