Morning Links: Adrien Brody Edition


Adrien Brody.


Adrien Brody will show his painting series, titled “Hot Dogs, Hamburgers and Handguns,” at Art Basel Miami Beach next month. [Page Six]

Miami-Dade County Sheriff’s deputies infiltrated Lil Wayne’s Miami Beach house on Tuesday with an order to seize enough property to compensate a $2 million debt Wayne owes to a private jet company. The police took some of the works of art belonging to Wayne’s $30 million collection. [TMZ]

The Guggenheim Museum has opened its first online exhibition, a virtual stock market controlled by online users, at [The Art Newspaper]

Antony Gormley will display his 31 cast-iron and fiberglass statues on the rooftops of Hong Kong, after a banker’s suicide from the same rooftops caused a year’s delay. [The Art Newspaper]’s eyewear brand, ill.i., has partnered with artist Xu Zhen to create a special line. [Garage Magazine]

The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., has begun talks with the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art regarding the possibility of borrowing from the Tehran Museum’s collection of international and Iranian art. [Artforum]

“Art-Auction Rivals Aim to Hammer Each Other.” [Wall Street Journal]

Jack Goldstein’s “Burning Window and Aphorisms” at 1301 PE in Los Angeles. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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