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Morning Links: ‘The Ballad of Sexual Dependency’ Edition

Nan Goldin, Rise and Monty Kissing, New York City, 1980, silver dye bleach print, printed 2008. ©2016 NAN GOLDIN/THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, PURCHASE

Nan Goldin, Rise and Monty Kissing, New York City, 1980, silver dye bleach print, printed 2008.

©2016 NAN GOLDIN/THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, PURCHASE

PHOTOGRAPHY

Nan Goldin, Klaus Biesenbach, and many more discuss the relevancy of Goldin’s Ballad of Sexual Dependency, which recently went on view at the Museum of Modern Art, in the age of social media and picture-sharing. [The New York Times]

MUSEUMS

The Minneapolis Institute of Art has received $6 million toward funding Asian art and culture. The gift comes courtesy of Alfred Gale and the Gale Family. [TwinCities.com]

The Danforth Art Museum in Framingham, Massachusetts, recently found out on short notice that it would have to completely relocate. Now, the search for a new space begins. [The Boston Globe]

ACROSS AMERICA

A week of events about Native American art in Santa Fe is expected to bring in crowds of thousands. [ABC News]

A panel in Minnesota’s Capitol is recommending that two politically incorrect paintings of Native Americans should be moved. [The Saint-Cloud Times]

CRIME

Two men were killed at a shooting at Prime Development, a gallery in an Oakland, California, on Sunday morning. The circumstances surrounding the shooting are still unclear. [New York Daily News]

According to a Government Accountability Office report, art-world experts want the U.S. to better protect art and artifacts in Iran and Syria, where some objects are under threat of destruction via airstrikes. [The Hill]

EUROPE

Luma Arles, a 20-acre cultural campus funded by collector Maja Hoffmann, has begun construction. The project will cost €100 million (or about $113 million). [The Art Newspaper]

Michaela Eichwald at Silberkuppe in Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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