Morning Links: Highbrow Despicable Edition

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MoMA throws an exquisite corpse party. [Capital New York]

Florence’s contemporary art museum closes. [The Art Newspaper]

The shutdown of Artnet magazine is labeled highbrow and despicable by the Approval Matrix. [NYMag]

Peter Brant slashes polo guest list, some wonder if they’ll make the cut. [Page Six]

Daniel Richter is making a film about Francisco Franco, and selling editioned collages to raise money for the project. [Artforum]

Jonathan Jones takes a look at the work of Orientalist painter Jean-Léon Gérôme. [The Guardian]

Rodin’s ‘The Kiss,’ cast in the artist’s lifetime, sells at Masterpiece London for $2 million. [Bloomberg]

Morning Links: Highbrow Despicable Edition