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Morning Links: Bob Dylan Nobel Prize Edition

Dylan and Ginsberg. Wikipedia

Dylan and Ginsberg. Wikipedia


Bob Dylan—poet, painter, and now Nobel Prize winner, making him the first American to win the award for literature since Toni Morrison, in 1993. [New York Times]


ArtBahrain, the art fair that launched in 2015, returns next year under the new name Art Bahrain Across Borders and by moving its event to March will run concurrently with Art Dubai. [The Art Newspaper]

Adrien Brody, the actor/artist is returning to Basel this year with some new work alongside the musician Brian Eno, who will also be exhibiting some of his art at one of the satellite fairs this December. [Miami New Times]


“Is this a real Jackson Pollock? L.A. power lawyer sues over potential $100-million mystery.” [Los Angeles Times]


Brillo Box is a film about the eponymous object turned “pop art piece by Andy Warhol that was originally bought by the New York filmmaker Lisanne Skyler’s family for $1,000 in 1969.” [The Art Newspaper]

An interview with Kevin Burke, director of the upcoming documentary 24 x 36: A Movie About Movie Posters, about the birth, death, and resurrection of this art form. [Gizmodo]


Why do museums ban taking of photographs? Here are at least five reasons. [Observer]

Liana Finck’s illustrations—as charming as they are accurate—of things artists compete for. [The New Yorker]

Watch digital artist Miguel Chevalier’s cosmic 3-D-mapped projections illuminate the ceiling of a gothic cathedral in Paris. [ArchDaily]

Take a peek inside the art-filled Venice Beach apartment of Sofie Howard, founder of Commune Images photo agency, a former division of the design agency that designed interiors for L.A.’s Ace Hotel. [T Magazine]

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