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Morning Links: Renoir Sucks At Painting, Part 2 Edition

Renoir Sucks At Painting. COURTESY RENOIR SUCKS AT PAINTING/VIA DAZEDDIGITAL.COM

Renoir Sucks At Painting.

COURTESY RENOIR SUCKS AT PAINTING/VIA DAZEDDIGITAL.COM

Here’s an interview with the protest group Renoir Sucks At Painting. [Dazed Digital]

A judge ruled that Paul Smith’s College could not accept philanthropist Joan Weill’s offer of a $20 million donation with the caveat that the school would have to change its name to Joan Weill-Paul Smith’s College, because of the college’s original provisions. [The New York Times]

The estate of Sigmar Polke is now represented by David Zwirner. [The New York Times]

“TRUST” at Overgaden in Copenhagen. [Contemporary Art Daily]

The Met has offered hundreds of its antiques for sale at the fall auctions. [The New York Times]

Here are six of the best experimental art gallery websites. [Artspace]

Architectural Digest breaks down exactly what Renzo Piano did right in designing the new Whitney. [Architectural Digest]

The technically amazing Oculus Rift may come to change the way we appreciate art. [The Guardian]

“Van Gogh on Jumbotron—art or spectacle?” You decide. [Alaska Dispatch News]

An art teacher from George Washington Community High School in Indianapolis, Derrock Burnett, will have his artwork featured on Season 2 of Empire. [Fox News]

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