Morning Links: Jose Clemente Orozco Edition

Annie Leibovitz took home the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles’s Award to Distinguished Women in Beverly Hills, Calif., yesterday. [Boston Globe]

The Renzo Piano-designed Nasher Museum in Dallas is suffering from excessive glare because of a neighboring condo building. And this: “The artist James Turrell also insisted that the Nasher shut down his installation “Tending, (Blue)” because its roof aperture was meant to reveal open sky, not a skyscraper. [NYT]

A Times reporter takes the nude tour—yes, literally in the nude—at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. [NYT]

Lee Rosenbaum on the Hood Museum’s exhibition “Men of Fire: José Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock.” [WSJ]

Here’s an interview win Annabel Seldorf who is working on a David Zwirner’s new West 20th Street gallery. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

Greg Allen has uncovered some new details in his hunt for a Jasper Johns flag that went missing from Robert Rauschenberg’s Short Circuit combine. [Greg.org]

Your quotation of the day, courtesy of Jeff Koons. [@artnet]

Two men (28 and 15 years old) were arrested for the theft of Chinese art at Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge. [BBC]

Comparing Picassos to jumbo jets. [Art Market Monitor]

Interview with Francoise Mouly, art editor of The New Yorker, about Blown Covers, a book that collects the covers—by Art Speigelman, Chris Ware and more—that didn’t make it into The New Yorker. [NPR]