Morning Links: Richard Prince’s Tax Rate Edition

Terry Richardson and Prince. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan Company)

On Twitter, Richard Prince responded to President Obama’s reelection. [@RichardPrince4]

James Richards won the 2012 Film London Jarman Award. [Artforum]

Tyler Green calls for the creation of a digital archive of work destroyed by Sandy. [Modern Art Notes]

Pianist Ursula Oppens on the late Elliott Carter’s Piano Concerto: “It is a piece which, at least as a performer, I get to do everything I want to do. It’s like climbing a mountain.” That’s from a great remembrance of Carter by NPR’s Tom Cole. [WNYC]

Here’s Martin Gayford on why the East London Henry Moore must be saved. [Bloomberg]

Toronto decides to settle the matter of whether or not graffiti is art, by establishing a “five-member Graffiti Panel, made up of city staffers with backgrounds in ‘the arts, urban design, architecture and other relevant disciplines.'” [The Art Newspaper]

Georgina Adam on the “London gallery shuffle.” [The Art Newspaper]

Restorers believe they’ve found some Giotto frescoes in a forgotten chapel in Assisi. [The Guardian]