Morning Links: Amy Schumer Edition

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Amy Schumer.


Annie Leibovitz shot Amy Schumer in black and white, holding a coffee cup, for Pirelli’s 2016 calendar. [Vulture]

“When One Student’s Art Is Another’s Aggression”: on the case of the black student who put up “black only” and “white only” signs at University of Buffalo drinking fountains. [The Atlantic]

Thom Yorke believes YouTube steals art just like Nazis did during WWII. [The Guardian]

Here’s how our brains make the distinction between art and forgery. [NPR]

Artist activists protested global warming during the Paris Climate Conference. [Hyperallergic]

In Kehinde Wiley fashion, Reuben Dangoor has painted grime MCs as British noblemen and officers. His portraits of  Skepta, Stormzy, D Double E, and Dizzee Rascal are on display at the Tate Britain this week. [Dazed Digital]

Sean Anderson has been hired as associate curator of architecture and design at MoMA. [Artforum]

Alina Szapocznikow at Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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