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Morning Links: ‘Make Fruit Punch Great Again’ Edition

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Artists David Gleeson, Mike Stevens, and Sarah Muehlbauer have remodeled a Donald Trump bus as a conceptual work of art. Its new slogan: “Make fruit punch great again.” [USA Today]

Bartholomew Ryan has quit his job as curator of the Andy Warhol Museum, in Pittsburgh. [Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]

Ivo van Hove, the experimental theater director behind an upcoming David Bowie musical, gets profiled. [The New Yorker]

Arnolfini, an arts organization in Bristol, England, has announced that Rob Bowman is its new director of programs. [Artforum]

ColorSearch, an app created by Alexandra Chemla, the former Gavin Brown assistant who founded ArtBinder, allows collectors to look through works of art by color tones. [T Magazine]

Matthew Brannon at Casey Kaplan. [Contemporary Art Daily]

In light of one work of art being taken out of ArtPrize for using burnt religious texts, a rabbi wonders whether offensive art is ethical. [MLive]

On its 30th anniversary, Paris’s Picasso Museum opened a rehang of its collection and announced that contemporary artists would be working with the museum. [The Art Newspaper]

A county in Georgia has aspirations of becoming a “public art haven.” [Gainesville Times]

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