Morning Links: Guns of Bonnie and Clyde Edition

Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow. (STF/AFP/Getty Images)

Two guns in the possession of Bonnie and Clyde when they were killed in 1934 sold for $500,000 at an auction in New Hampshire. [Daily Mail]

Some of Norman Rockwell’s surviving models are having a get-together. [AP]

Petty man tries to point out that Damien Hirst’s works look mass produced by comparing them to things that are actually mass produced. [The Independent]

Frank Gehry teams up with real estate developer David Mirvish to redesign downtown Toronto. [NYT]

Phillips de Pury will auction off Frank Stella’s Brit (Q-16) in its auction of the collection of the founders of Moss. [ArtDaily]

Two state-run museums, the Power Station of Art and the China Art Palace, open in Shanghai. [The Art Newspaper]

Barbie Latza Nadeau checks in with the curator for the Center of Olfactory Art at the Museum of Arts and Design. [Newsweek]

“Turkey’s Efforts to Repatriate Art Alarms Museums.” [NYT]

AA Bronson says, “20,129 visitors came to the NY Art Book Fair this year… astonishing!” [@AA_Bronson]

Morning Links: Guns of Bonnie and Clyde Edition