Morning Links: ‘Peace for Paris’ Edition

Jean Jullien's "Peace for Paris" symbol. @THEREALBANKSY/VIA TWITTER

Jean Jullien’s “Peace for Paris” symbol.


The story behind Jean Jullien’s “Peace for Paris” symbol, which went viral shortly after Friday’s attacks. [The Telegraph]

After ten years, the Francis Bacon Estate has finished its namesake’s catalogue raisonné, which will feature more than 100 never-before-seen works. [The Guardian]

Sotheby’s is offering buyouts to employees. [Bloomberg]

Massive Tintoretto paintings at Venice’s Scuola Grande di San Rocco have been restored and re-lighted using new LED technology. [The Art Newspaper]

Washington’s state Department of Labor and Industries will remove two paintings made in prison by a killer of two FBI agents. [ABC News]

A new report shows that 95% of New York high-school students have completed mandatory art lessons—a 45% jump from 2011’s report. [New York Daily News]

Nick Cave has received $190,000 for an artist residency in Shreveport, Louisiana. With the money, he’ll feature work by local artists in a new dance production. [Artforum]

Luzene Hill is using knotted Khipu cords to represent how she—and 3,780 other American women every day—never reported being raped. [Indianapolis Star]

A new Thomas Struth photograph of a robotic head appears in The New Yorker’s tech issue this week. [The New Yorker]

R.H. Quaytman at Miguel Abreu. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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