Morning Links: Cadbury Chocolate Edition

Chocolate. (Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

The new Renzo Piano-designed building for the Astrup Feamley Museet in Oslo, Norway, opened to the public. [Architizer]

Frank Gehry will turn Miami’s Bacardi buildings into an arts complex. [NYT]

Fred A. Bernstein takes a look at Herzog & de Meuron’s $26 million Parrish Art Museum, which is set to open Nov. 10. [Architectural Record]

The co-founder of Guess Jeans, Maurice Marciano, is looking for a new exhibition space in L.A. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s an interview with a watercolor painter who has made works for the British royal family. [NYT]

David Shrigley moves into performance art. [TAN]

Cadbury has won a trademark battle over the purple known as Pantone 2685C. [The Guardian]

Deutsche Bank collection in Milan opens to the public for one day. [TAN]

Robin Bruch at Mathew, Berlin. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Robert Pincus-Witten remembers the late Ivan Karp, “a prince of a fellow who played a memorable role in the postwar New York art world.” [Artforum]

Morning Links: Cadbury Chocolate Edition