Morning Links: Boca Raton Museum of Art Edition

Here’s a piece about an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery that explores the War of 1812. [NYT]

Art critic Adrian Searle finds everything about Munch retrospective at the Tate terrifying. [Guardian]

Here’s Martin Creed on his plan to ring every bell in England for the Olympics. [Bloomberg]

Boca Raton Museum of Art Gains Two New Curators. [ArtDaily]

Here’s the inside scoop on why Hans Neuendorf stepped down as CEO of Artnet yesterday. [Bloomberg]

Portrait of a lady identified as a Gainsborough. [The Guardian]

Art historian Paula Hayes Harper is dead at 81. [NYT]

Media Farzin reviews Carolina Nitsch’s show of Martin Kippenberger’s “Raft of Medusa” lithographs. [Art Agenda]

“Some collectors always want what other collectors want,” explains Andrew Kreps, a New York dealer. “‘Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s wife’ is the commandment that most confuses collectors.” [The Economist]

Morning Links: Boca Raton Museum of Art Edition