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Morning Links: Wu-Tang Clan Fan Edition

Jason Koza's artwork. VIA INSTAGRAM

Jason Koza’s artwork.

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QUESTIONS OF MONEY

A Wu-Tang Clan fan recently discovered that his artwork appeared in the band’s recent album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which was sold for $2 million to Martin Shkreli with exclusive listening rights. The fan is now suing Shkreli and RZA. [TMZ]

Silicon Valley is finally showing an interest in art collecting—as long as the art isn’t for sale. [The Wall Street Journal]

SURPRISE

A series of 4-to-6-minute short films by artists will screen at cinemas across the U.K. before the main feature, without the audience’s prior knowledge. [The Art Newspaper]

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

The Dada movement celebrates its 100th birthday this month! Here is a tribute. [AV Club]

NON-FICTION

Here’s a review of A. O. Scott’s new book, Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think About Art, Pleasure, Beauty, and Truth. [The Atlantic]

A study shows that more than half of art teachers have considered quitting due to devaluation of their subject. [Tes]

PROFILE

A profile of LaToya Ruby Frazier. [The New York Times]

INTERVIEW

An interview with Hank Willis Thomas on making it as a mid-career artist. [Pacific Standard]

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