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Morning Links: Ravenous Artists Edition

Willem Claesz Heda, Still Life with a Gilt Cup, 1635.

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The Notre-Dame Fire

While most of the coverage surrounding the fire at Notre-Dame has focused on destruction, a new report shines a spotlight on objects that were saved—16 sculptures, to be exact, that were removed from the cathedral just days before the blaze. [The New York Times]

In June, Gagosian gallery will stage a show at its Paris gallery from which all the proceeds will go toward the rebuilding efforts at Notre-Dame. [ARTnews]

And, in other Gagosian-related news, the gallery is launching an advisory firm. [ARTnews]

Market

Swizz Beatz: “It’s still hard for collectors of color as well. You go to a gallery, nine times out of 10 you probably can’t get the piece you want.” [Artnet News]

During the Venice Biennale, local gallery Caterina Tognon will mount a Brian Rochefort show. [ARTnews]

Ahead of his participation in this year’s Venice Biennale, artist Anthony Hernandez has joined the roster of Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery in Los Angeles. [ARTnews]

Fashion

The fashion brand Gucci has put out a book called Artists Eating, which, in spite of its title, includes at least one dealer—Jeffrey Deitch—as well. [The Cut]

As part of its reelection campaign, the team behind Donald Trump is selling $28 T-shirts that parody Kehinde Wiley’s portrait of Barack Obama, showing the former president partially hidden behind greenery and holding a pair of binoculars. [Hyperallergic]

New Ventures

As part of a renovation project, the Noguchi Museum in Queens, New York, will start allowing the public to visit Isamu Noguchi’s studio. [The New York Times]

Yto Barrada, Arthur Jafa, and Rayyane Tabet are this year’s nominees for the Prix International d’Art Contemporain, which comes with €75,000 (about $85,000). [ARTnews]

The Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University has hired Elliot Reichert as its first curator of contemporary art. [Artforum]

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