Morning Links: Boston Tea Party Edition


Former Barnes Foundation boss: “We never said we were ‘bankrupt.” [The Philadelphia Inquirer]

British Museum “vows to help regional collections through tough times” with loans. [The Guardian]

Here’s Bloomberg on the Sotheby’s Old Master auction which closed out the London auction season Tuesday night. [Bloomberg]

Get a sneak peek at Ben Shapiro’s documentary Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters and a brief interview with the artist. [Nowness]

Adrian Searle takes a look at the boom in performance art. [Guardian]

Aiko is the artist who is next up to paint the Bowery graffiti wall. [Bowery Boogie]

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum has reopened. [NYT]

Here’s a profile of Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom. [WSJ]

The Devonshires’ collection of Old Masters goes on view for the first time in a century. [Guardian]

Morning Links: Boston Tea Party Edition