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Morning Links: Stolen Salvador Dali Edition

Salvador Dali. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Salvador Dali.

COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Dali

How “super sleuth” art detective Arthur Brand recovered stolen Salvador Dali and Tamara de Lempicka paintings, both multimillion-dollar works. [Independent]

For Florida folks, the Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg will be screening the Michael Keaton classic Beetlejuice at 8:30 this evening in the Avant Garden. [Tampa Bay Times]

Court

A court case in Nevada is raising the classic and tiresome question “What is art?” [Observer]

The woman who filled out a blank crossword puzzle on a $90,000 artwork has now claimed copyright of the piece, in the spirit of Fluxus. [Boing Boing]

Museums

Owner of Christie’s François Pinault plans to open his own private museum in Paris by the end of 2018. [Artforum]

Why the booming contemporary art market is bad for art museums. [The Washington Post]

Pokémon Go

Executive Director of the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore Deana Haggag on her home becoming a Pokémon Go “gym,” which has prompted hundreds of players to show up in her front yard: “It’s been surreal.” [Art F City]

Art Appreciation

“How to Teach Your Children to Care about Art.” [Artsy]

A list of 12 sound artists that will “change your perception of art.” [Artnet]

Extras

The Seattle Art Fair opens today, with more than 80 gallery booths that will include Pace, Roberts & Tilton, and Kaikai Kiki.  [Seattle Times]

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