Morning Links: Art Professor Vs. NRA Edition



An art professor’s Facebook post against gun ownership has caused a mass panic among members of the NRA. [Mediaite]

Art historian, critic, curator, and Courtauld professor Sarah Wilson has won the AICA Honorary Award for Distinguished Contribution to Art Criticism. [Artforum]

Art dealer Andrew Butterfield may have discovered a lost Donatello—a 2.5 foot-tall wooden sculpture of a putto (cherub). The piece will be on display at Moretti Fine Arts starting October 30. [The New York Times]

Read about the architectural legacy of Pizza Hut restaurants. [Hyperallergic]

ArtReview has named Manuela and Iwan Wirth the most powerful figures in the art world. [BBC]

Charline von Heyl at Gisela Capitain in Cologne. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Luxury hotels have basically become fine art galleries. [Financial Times]

Painting with bacteria! [CNN]

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