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Morning Links: David Hammons Edition

David Hammons stands in front of his Bliz-aard Ball Sale (1983). VIA FRIEZE

David Hammons stands in front of his Bliz-aard Ball Sale (1983).

VIA FRIEZE

LIVES

Thomas J. Lax, associate curator of media and performance art at MoMA, interviews Tom Finkelpearl on his time spent with David Hammons during the curation of Hammons’s 1988 “Outside Insight” show. [Triple Canopy]

DEATHS

Former Sotheby’s vice chairman Charles Moffett dies at 70. [The Art Newspaper]

Hema Upadhyay, a Mumbai-based artist, was found murdered along with her lawyer over the weekend. Their bodies were found in numerous cardboard boxes. [CNN]

QUESTION

“Propaganda is here to stay. Is there a museum willing to tackle its complexity?” [L.A. Times]

THINGS TO BUY

You can now buy picture frames for your digital art. [The Creator’s Project]

Walter Martin of The Walkmen is releasing a solo album inspired by art history. [T Magazine]

BANKSY STRIKES YET AGAIN

To make a point about immigration, Banksy graffitied a wall of “the Jungle” migrant camp in Calais with an image of Steve Jobs as the son of Syrian migrants. [The Guardian]

RUDOLF STINGEL

Rudolf Stingel at Sadie Coles Gallery in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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