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Morning Links: Four Seasons Edition

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The Four Seasons.

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ICONS

A profile of Diane Arbus highlighting the convergence of the radicalness of her work and the eccentricities of her personality.  [The Cut]

A profile of Chuck Close and his work. [The New York Times]

Werner Herzog gave people the chance to ask him anything yesterday on Reddit. While he does not divulge any pet peeves, he gives some very thorough advice on filmmaking.   [Reddit]

Renowned photographer of Black Hollywood Bill Jones has died at 81.  [The New York Times]

Saying goodbye to the Four Seasons with a final meal and a swim. [The Guardian]

THE REST OF THE WORLD

Abigail Winograd on the Zurich’s Museum Rietberg exhibition “Dada Africa.” [Frieze]

The artwork of young Hiroshima survivors is to be returned to Japan from the UK after more than seventy years. [BBC News]

Wineries in the Chianti Classico region of Italy are combining wine with contemporary art in a treasure hunt, curated by the senior curator at the Tate Liverpool. Look for Anselm Kiefer works while you drink. [Blouin Artinfo]

SHOULD BE INTERESTING

Choreographer Jérôme Bel is directing a performance piece made up of MoMA staff in the fall. [The Art Newspaper]

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