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Morning Links: Art Thief Murder Edition

Sebastiano Magnanini. COURTESY THE TELEGRAPH

Sebastiano Magnanini.

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Basquiat’s estate lawyer has demanded that Animal New York remove nude photos of the late artist, which were taken by Basquiat’s ex-girlfriend Paige Powell and published in 2014. [DNAInfo]

Eli Broad has donated his personal papers—including records of all of his business, philanthropic, and civic ventures—to the UCLA Library’s collections. [Artforum]

Marie Lund’s “Pit” at Croy Nielsen in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Getty Research Institute is seeking to preserve the recently-annihilated Roman ruins of Palmyra with the acquisition of a rare photography collection containing the oldest photos of Lebanon, Beirut, and Syria. [The Art Newspaper]

Why was an Italian art thief (who went to prison in 1998 for stealing Giovanni Battista Tiepolo’s The Education of the Virgin) found dead in a London canal? [The Guardian]

Here’s to artist Phillipp Schmitt, creator of the Camera Restricta, which “prevents you from replicating shitty clichéd shots.” [Dazed Digital]

By the way, Twitter might be relaxing its 140-character limit soon. [The Wall Street Journal]

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