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Morning Links: ‘Garden of Earthly Delights’ Dispute Edition

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, ca. 1480–90. VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights, ca. 1480–90.

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MUSEUM TRIPS

In Madrid, the Prado and a new royal museum have settled a dispute over who owns Hieronymus Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights. “Peace reigns,” the president of the Prado’s board, said. [The New York Times]

Bartomeu Marí, the new director of South Korea’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, discusses the censorship controversies he faced when he headed up MACBA. [Hyperallergic]

The Santa Monica Museum of Art may be moving to Downtown Los Angeles, placing it closer to the Broad. [LA Downtown News]

FAIRS

Because it was cancelled after last month’s terrorist attacks, Paris Photo will reimburse any galleries that were supposed to exhibit at the fair. [Artforum]

ART HAPPENINGS IN NEW YORK

Since 2014, a $23 million education plan in New York City has successfully introduced 22,000 children to arts institutions. [New York Daily News]

CAPITAL-C CONCEPT ART, LOW-CONCEPT METHODS

Joseph Kosuth discusses his latest show at New York’s Sean Kelly Gallery. “The idea was to get rid of the aura around the work of art. It’s a burden, and we don’t need it,” he said. [Wall Street Journal]

The San Francisco home of the late American conceptual artist David Ireland is going to become an art piece unto itself. [The Art Newspaper]

“TO SEE OR NOT TO SEE? THAT IS THE QUESTION”

To mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, researchers at the University of Texas Austin have created a to-scale online version of London’s Shakespeare Gallery, the first museum ever devoted to the playwright. [The New York Times]

EXTRAS

Zin Taylor at Supportico Lopez. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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