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Morning Links: Hillary Clinton Edition

COURTESY SARAH SOLE

Sarah Sole’s renditions of presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, from left, Cowboy Diplomacy (2012), Easy Rider (2014), and Red Gun (2014).

COURTESY THE ARTIST

Artist Sarah Sole is quite the fan of Hillary Clinton—she has painted her nude, as Marilyn Monroe, as a Gothic American, and also as a Teletubby, to name a few. [The Huffington Post]

Artist Zurab Tsereteli, creator of a 9/11 memorial in Bayonne, New Jersey, has announced plans to design a monument for the 224 victims of the Russian plane that crashed on October 31 after a terrorist bombing. [The Art Newspaper]

The father of Turkish contemporary art, Cengiz Çekil, has died. [Artforum]

Klara Lidén and Alicia Frankovich, “Complex Bodies,” at Kurator at Gebert Stiftung für Kultur in Rapperswil. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Jeffrey Deitch rumored to be looking to buy Halston’s $40 million former Upper East Side apartment. [Page Six]

Shia LaBeouf is watching all of his movies consecutively, in the name of art. It’s being live streamed at  http://newhive.com/allmymovies, and anyone is welcome to join him for as long as they want. [The Sydney Morning Herald]

Pyotr Pavlensky, the Russian performance artist who set fire to Moscow’s FSB building, has been jailed for 30 days before his trial. [The Guardian]

An artist has been drawing penises around potholes in a last-resort attempt to get them fixed. [Alternet]

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