Morning Links: Guerrilla Girls Mug Edition

Guerrilla Girls mug. COURTESY MOMA

Guerrilla Girls mug.


The Guerrilla Girls are introducing a line of products that “question the role of the cultural souvenir in today’s art world.” You can purchase them at MoMA. [Fortune]

Glenn O’Brien on the fundamental differences between art and fashion. [Details]

The Green family, the owners of Hobby Lobby and the founders of the forthcoming Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., are being investigated for the illegal possession of Iraqi artifacts. [The Art Newspaper]

A petition created by four French filmmakers to improve the living conditions in a refugee camp in Calais has been signed by 800 artists and cultural influencers such as Jeanne Moreau, Claire Denis, Jean-Luc Godard, and Judith Butler. [Artforum]

The estate of George Orwell has copyrighted the number 1984. [Dazed Digital]

Isa Genzken at David Zwirner. [Contemporary Art Daily]

ArtLifting, “an online art marketplace for homeless, disabled and other disadvantaged people to sell their artwork,” recently raised $1.1 million in seed money from Toms Shoes founder Blake Mycoskie and social impact accelerator Tumml, among others. [TechCrunch]

Denver Art Museum has increased their commitment to Native American artwork. [The New York Times]

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