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Morning Links: Berlin Wall Fence Edition

A fenced-in stretch of the Berlin wall. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

A fenced-in stretch of the Berlin wall.

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Berlin is now planning to build a fence to protect the remains of the Berlin Wall from souvenir seekers. [The Guardian]

Today, an exhibition titled “After The Moment: Reflections on Robert Mapplethorpe” opens at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. The show examines the artistic legacy of Mapplethorpe’s “Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Moment” show in 1990. [The Art Newspaper]

The Brooklyn Museum will host a real-estate conference addressing questions of gentrification following Lucien Smith’s controversial “Macabre Suite” party in the Bronx last Thursday. [The New York Times]

Puppies Puppies at Vilma Gold in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Anthony Bourdain on food and art. [Houston Public Media]

A review of Grimes’ performance at the Guggenheim last night, called an “art-pop anticlimax.” [The Guardian]

Here are 20 fashion designers on the art that inspires their work. [T Magazine]

A new Hieronymus Bosch work has been identified, and two previously attributed to the Flemish artist have been discredited. [Hyperallergic]

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