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Morning Links: M&M’s Edition

Guthrie Lonergan, Built with Indexhibit, 2016

Guthrie Lonergan, Built with Indexhibit, 2016


The net artist Guthrie Lonergan, who created the controversial M&M-centric widget that takes up part of The Hammer’s “Made In L.A.” website, responds to criticism related to the piece. [The Hammer Blog]

The Lourve-Lens museum is to restore a work by the 17th-century French court painter Charles Le Brun that was missing for more than two centuries. [The Art Newspaper]


Korean pop superstar T.O.P. from the group Big Bang is to co-curate a Sotheby’s Hong Kong autumn sale. [South China Morning Post]


The Pavarotti family wants Donald Trump to stop using Luciano’s recording of Puccini’s aria “Nessun Dorma” at rallies. [New York Times]


Barbara Rose on Dick Bellamy, the dealer who ran the Green Gallery. [The New York Times]


Here’s an article about a sculpture by the Mexican artist Teresa Margolles that sits next to Echo Park Lake in Los Angeles, part of the ongoing public art biennial “Current: LA Water.” [Los Angeles Times]

Documentation of the group show “Reconstructive Memory,” curated by It’s Our Playground, at Valentin in Paris. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Kate Sutton on Bill Berkson, 1939–2016. [Artforum]

Here is a video of Private Time (the artists Brian Belott and Annie Pearlman) performing with the sax player Zuriel Waters at this year’s White Columns Summer Party. [YouTube]

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