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Morning Links: Charlie Hebdo Gargoyles Edition

La Rochelle Cathedral. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

La Rochelle Cathedral.

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The faces of Charlie Hebdo victims Cabu and Georges Wolinski have been made into gargoyles guarding the 13th century façade of a church in western France. [Artforum]

An art professor in Mississippi has made a 14-foot violin from steel and cast bronze. [THV11.com]

Stanya Kahn’s “Die Laughing” at Marlborough Chelsea in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

John Waters remembers Divine. [Dazed Digital]

A founder of the Zero Group, Enrico Castellani, has agreed to a rare solo show at Dominique Lévy gallery in London. [The Art Newspaper]

Art F City founder Paddy Johnson on the art of the animated GIF. [Westword]

Astronaut Scott Kelly has been tweeting photos of earth from the International Space Station with the hashtag #EarthArt. [NBC]

A petition to remove 1930s-era murals depicting slaves in Alabama is gaining traction. [Hyperallergic]

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