Morning Links: Peony Edition

Steven Murphy. (Courtesy Bloomberg/Christie's)

Steven Murphy. (Courtesy Bloomberg/Christie’s)

Metropolitan Museum of Art stages a condensed version of the 18-hour Chinese opera Peony Pavillion. [WSJ]

Here’s the top 10 from Art+Auction‘s power issue. [Bloomberg]

Susanna and the Elder, not seen by the public in 40 years, re-emerges at Sotheby’s. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s an interview with Elizabeth Price, winner of this year’s Turner Prize. [The Guardian]

Linda Yablonsky catches up with James Turrell and Philip Glass in the Yucatán. [Artforum]

Milwaukee Art Museum hires a new curator of photography. [Art City]

“Remembering Bonni Benrubi, Curator of Images.” [NYT]

Here’s James Franco on Warhol. Not quite sure what the peg is here. [VF]

Dallas Museum of Art to return mosaic to Turkey. [NYT]