Morning Links: Plucky Hummingbird Edition

Plucky Hummingbird.

Remembering the late photographer Jan Groover. [WSJ]

Rebellious British sculpture of the 1960s is showcased in show at Henry Moore Institute. [FT]

Here’s another interview with Damien Hirst talking about his spots. [Reuters]

Connecticut, of all places, is set to receive a good deal of state funding for the arts. [Hartford Business Journal]

Phillips de Pury appoints two new contemporary specialists. [ArtDaily]

Plucky hummingbird that lives outside the Natural History Museum won’t migrate. [DNAInfo]

Hennessy Youngman of Art Thoughtz reflects on the public image of Damien Hirst. [YouTube]

Charlotte Burns reports on the state of ongoing art-authentication debacles. [The Art Newspaper]

Charles Sizemore offers some advice on how to profit from the ongoing art boom. [MarketWatch]

Morning Links: Plucky Hummingbird Edition