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Morning Links: Brooke Shields Edition

Brooke Shields with U.S. Navy Ensign Richard Jones in 1991.COURTESY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

Brooke Shields with U.S. Navy Ensign Richard Jones in 1991.

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Fundraising

The Philadelphia Museum of Art wants to raise $525 million for its Frank Gehry-designed renovation, programming, and its endowment. So far it has lined up $326 million. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

The Law

There was a confrontation on Wednesday between artists and police in Beijing, as Shen Jingdong and Cao Zhiwen attempted to avoid eviction from their studio and residence. [Artforum]

Artist Zwelethu Mthethwa, who was recently convicted of murder in South Africa, has been denied bail pending his sentencing. [News24]

A French court involved in an eight-year battle between Christie’s and French dealers has ruled that “artist’s resale rights must be paid by sellers, with no exception.” [The New York Times]

Collecting

The Times asked Brooke Shields to “show us your wall.” And she did. There’s a Keith Haring over her fireplace! [The New York Times]

Roberta Smith takes a look at the annual AIPAD Photography Fair. [The New York Times]

Bonus

The great Dena Yago at Bodega in New York. Spoiler alert: felt is involved. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Here’s a look at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current Marsden Hartley show. [The Magazine Antiques]

The New Museum is selling a Raymond Pettibon limited-edition skateboard deck. [New Museum Store]

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