Morning Links: Anti-Bullying Edition

Urs Fischer, Cumpadre (2009). VIA HYPERALLERGIC

Urs Fischer, Cumpadre, 2009.


New York Magazine sits down for dinner with Tara Subkoff and Urs Fischer, now anti-bullying activists. [Vulture]

Gary Hume has left longtime gallery White Cube. [The Art Newspaper]

Thieves wearing masks broke into Verona, Italy’s Castelvecchio museum and lifted 17 paintings, together worth up to 16 million dollars. [The New York Times]

Police in India have apologized for detaining an artist who created a polystyrene cow dangling from a helium balloon for an exhibition under the excuse that the installation was offensive to Hindus. [BBC]

Graffiti artists have begun a #SprayforParis campaign worldwide. [The Guardian]

The New Yorker’s Emma Allen spends time with Dennis Quaid, an art appreciator. [The New Yorker]

Interestingly, the frontrunners for the Turner Prize this year are architects, not artists. [The Irish Times]

Ai Weiwei honors dissidents with Instagram portraits. [Dazed Digital]

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