Morning Links

Morning Links: Lillehammer Edition

Beautiful Lillehammer, Norway.WIKIMEDIA

Beautiful Lillehammer, Norway.



Seventeen works by such artists as Peter Paul Rubens and Tintoretto that were stolen from the Castelvecchio Museum in Verona, Italy, have been returned after being discovered in Ukraine. [Artforum]

“Snøhetta expands the 1960s Lillehammer Art Museum with additional gallery space and theaters.” [Curbed]


Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy on a KAWS painting he owns: “To have a SpongeBob stare into your soul every day is pretty amazing.” [The New York Times]

Marilyn Minter and Xaviera Simmons discuss sex, beauty, and why they’d “like women collectors to step the fuck up.” [Hyperallergic]


Jan Muhlert, the director of the Palmer Museum of Art, at Pennsylvania State University in University, is stepping down. [Centre Daily Times]

“Cindy Bolton named chief financial officer At Seattle Art Museum.” [The Seattle Medium]


Louise Bourgeois’s son is giving her West Village townhouse to a nonprofit run by the Native American Lenape tribe. It may become a patahmaniikan—prayer house. [6sqft]


Silke Otto-Knapp at greengrassi in London. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Pamela Rosenkranz at Miguel Abreu in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Special Holiday Bonus

Here’s a festive card from Carolee Schneemann. [@Deborah Solomon/Twitter]

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