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Morning Links: Damaged Poussin Paintings Edition

Works from Nicolas Poussin’s “Four Seasons” series were damaged by recent thunderstorms near the Louvre in Paris.


Outdoor Happenings

Two Nicolas Poussin paintings at the Louvre were damaged by thunderstorms earlier this month. [Connexion France]

Photographs from this weekend’s Parrish Art Museum midsummer party, which was attended by the likes of Jeff Koons and Emily Mortimer. [Vogue]

The Grand Tour

What did Athens learn from Documenta 14? Here’s a look at the quinquennial’s legacy in a city that has not been entirely receptive to the art festival. [Deutsche Welle]


Jia Tolentino recalls her personal history with E. L. Koningsburg’s book From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, in which two kids run away to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a night and stumble upon a mystery. [The New Yorker]

The Orange County Museum of Art in Newport Beach, California, has added eight people to its board of trustees. [The Orange County Register]

Andy Warhol’s Dachshund

Jamie Wyeth, the son of the painter Andrew Wyeth, shows us his wall, which includes a portrait of Andy Warhol clutching a dachshund. [The New York Times]

The Critics

Carolina Miranda, Phong Bui, Jason Farago, and more are this year’s winners of the $50,000 Rabkin Prize for Arts Writers. [Glasstire]

Richard Brody writes on Yvonne Rainer’s 1990 film Privilege, which will screen at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York as part of its Rainer retrospective. [The New Yorker]

With a new book about the rise of cultural studies having recently been released, Hua Hsu reflects on the importance of Stuart Hall. [The New Yorker]

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