Morning Links: Versailles Edition

A room at Versailles. (shogunangel/Flickr)

A room at Versailles. (shogunangel/Flickr)

New FEMA flood map could cause insurance costs in Chelsea to climb dramatically. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s a profile of Pace artist Zhang Xiaogang. “It’s hard to get the work away from him,” said Arne Glimcher, founder of Pace. “He paints it, then he gets another idea and he adds to it.” [Bloomberg]

Is the American Folk Art Museum bouncing back? Maybe. [NYT]

Four New York museums join the Google Art Project. [WNYC]

NPR pays a visit to the Chateau of Versailles on Monday, when it is closed to the public, and meets with its curators, who are still hunting around the world for items pilfered from the palace during the French Revolution. [NPR]

Catching up with Marcel Dzama, who was once turned down for a job at Walmart. [The Guardian]

“Between filling out job applications at the Gagosian and McDonalds, the DIS interns took a break in Chelsea to document the latest art trends. And what is trending harder than the #curatorpantselfie?” [Dis]

Amy Yao at AVA. [CAD]

Michael Wilson does Stockhausen. [Artforum]

Morning Links: Versailles Edition