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Morning Links: U.S. Election Fallout Edition

Rachel Harrison, More News: A Situation, 2016. COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GREENE NAFTALI, NEW YORK

Rachel Harrison, More News: A Situation, 2016.

COURTESY THE ARTIST AND GREENE NAFTALI, NEW YORK

Critics and Artists React

Jerry Saltz: “They may not know it yet, but Trump’s victory is a crucible of possibility for a new generation, who will do what artists have always done in times like these: go back to work.” [Vulture]

Mel Chin addresses the recent U.S. presidential election, writing, “The work must continue to amplify the voices that will eventually lift us all.” [Artforum]

And Now for Something Completely Different

The mistress of New York City financial advisor Nicholas Zoullas has somehow stolen his $15 million collection of erotic art. [W Magazine]

Market

ARTnews Top 200 collector Elaine Wynn discusses how she knows when she wants to buy a work of art. Wynn on taking home a $142 million Francis Bacon triptych: “First I was worried I’d want to buy it. Then I was worried I might not get it.” [Forbes]

Despite the sheer number of online art-related start-ups that are launching now, these digital platforms have yet to truly find an audience. Research shows that people 35 and younger are still resistant to them. [The Art Newspaper]

Achievements

The four women behind the Black Art Incubator—Taylor Renee Aldridge, Jess Bell Brown, Kimberly Drew, and Jessica Lynne—are in the latest issue of Elle. [Elle via Twitter]

Jim Leach is now the interim director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art. [Iowa Now]

Extras

Here’s a look at H&M’s recent collaborations with Alex Katz. Hoodies, T-shirts, and housewares designed by the artist will go on sale on December 1. [GQ]

Pictures of Lynn Hershman Leeson’s recent show at Vilma Gold gallery in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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