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Morning Links: David Bowie’s Tintoretto Painting Edition

Jacopo Tintoretto’s The Angel Foretelling Saint Catherine of Her Martyrdom (late 1570s) was formerly in David Bowie’s collection.


Coming Attractions

Plans have been unveiled for François Pinault’s Tadao Ando–designed Paris museum, located in a former stock exchange building. The space is currently expected to open in 2019. [The Guardian]

A Jacopo Tintoretto painting from David Bowie’s collection will return to its original home in Venice for the 2019 Biennale. [The Art Newspaper]

Netflix will release a film about the art world by Dan Gilroy, who wrote and directed Nightcrawler. Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo will star. [Deadline]

The Met

Metropolitan Museum of Art president and chief operating officer Daniel H. Weiss is writing a non-fiction book about an American helicopter pilot during the Vietnam War. [The New York Times]

For its “Talking Pictures” exhibition, the Met invited six pairs of artists to exchange photos taken on their iPhones, and then exhibit the images they shared. [The Verge]

Celebrity Encounters

Anselm Kiefer discusses his Gagosian Gallery show in New York and that time he met Karl Ove Knausgaard. [The New Yorker]

Two paintings by Jacquelin Marval were among the most expensive items from Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards’s collection this past weekend. [CT Post]

For Modernism Enthusiasts

An exhibition about Mexican modernism at the Dallas Museum of Art is bringing in some of the biggest and most diverse crowds the institution has seen to date. [NBC New York]

Ed Mieczkowski, an Op artist whose work was included in the Museum of Modern Art’s seminal 1965 show “The Responsive Eye,” has died at 87. []

“Mumbai has the world’s second-largest collection of Art Deco buildings but no one notices them.” [Quartz]

Of Range Rovers and Pottery

A look around Nina Beier’s show at Standard (Oslo), which includes tiny sculptures of Range Rovers with hair coming out of them. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Grayson Perry on his recent documentary about British politics and his show at London’s Serpentine Galleries. [The New York Times]

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