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Morning Links: David Edition

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The first non-Italian director of the Uffizi Gallery in Florence has brought in some unorthodox practices, and is angering some in the process. [The New York Times]

The Brooklyn Museum will commemorate ten years of the Sackler Center for Feminist Art with an exhibition series, “A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum,” lasting a year. [Artforum]

The Washington Post tracks the downfall and aftermath of the Corcoran Gallery of Art’s dissolution. [The Washington Post]

The moderately precocious young stars of the Ira Sachs film Little Men spend a day at the Brooklyn Museum. [The New Yorker]

Sam Anderson on Michelangelo’s David. [The New York Times Magazine]

Organic Art

Dan Duray talks about people who have made art with blood, from Yoko Ono to Johnny Depp. [The Guardian]

A short exploration of how museums deal with art that decomposes, and whether or not that art should be preserved at all. [The Creators Project]

The Bauhaus

Harvard University is launching a public database of their extensive Bauhaus Art collection, which will include over 32,000 items. [The Art Newspaper]


A review of “Guillermo del Toro: At Home With Monsters” at the LACMA questions the value of the personal collection and kitsch. [The Wall Street Journal]


Shio Kusaka at Blum & Poe. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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