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Morning Links: ‘The Life of Pablo’ Edition

The cover art for Kanye West's new album, Life of Pablo. Artwork by Peter De Potter. VIA THE VERGE

The cover art for Kanye West’s new album, The Life of Pablo, featuring artwork by Peter De Potter.

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KANYE WEST

Watch Yeezy Season 3, which features a new Vanessa Beecroft performance. [Tidal]

CHANGES 

Katie Hollander, who has been deputy head of Creative Time for eight years, has been named executive director. She replaces the public-art organization’s longtime leader, Anne Pasternak, who was tapped to run the Brooklyn Museum last year. [The New York Times]

Audrey Azoulay has replaced Fleur Pellerin as France’s culture minister. [The Art Newspaper]

ODD

Facebook has censored a painting by Evelyne Axell of a woman licking an ice cream cone. [The Independent]

Since February 3, Malaysian financier Low Taek Jho has sold works by Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Jean-Michel Basquiat for an extremely low total of $54 million, with “unusually steep losses on at least two pieces.” [Bloomberg]

A NAZI ART COLLECTOR’S CATALOGUE

A look inside the personal art catalogue of zealous Nazi art collector Hermann Göring. [The New Yorker]

GRAY AREA

A profile of Heather Phillipson, “the woman bridging the divide between art and poetry.” [T Magazine]

NIGERIAN MARKETPLACE

You can now hear the sounds of a chaotic Nigerian marketplace at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, thanks to artist Emeka Ogboh. [Smithsonian]

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