Morning Links: Eadweard Muybridge Edition

Muybridge. (Courtesy Wikimedia)

Muybridge. (Courtesy Wikimedia)

Jonathan Jones declares the past 25 years the best 25 years in British art, and cites Damien Hirst as “a national shame.” [The Guardian]

Art Review is interviewing a different artist showing in a national pavilion in Venice every day until the May 29 vernissage. Today: Jesper Just. [Art Review]

“The artist is a fiction, and Mike Kelley famously prioritized that fiction, allowing his production’s motifs to follow suit.” Josef Strau reviews the Mike Kelly retrospective at the Stedelijk in Amsterdam. [Artforum]

Carol Kino talks with Orly Genger about her exhibition in Madison Square Park, which opens today. [NYT]

Jack Early does Strawberry Yoko, Boysenberry Yoko, Grape Yoko. [McCaffrey Fine Art via ABAB]

Controversy over Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth: German artist Katharina Fritsch wants to put a giant blue rooster on it, but that being the symbol of France, whom Britain was fighting in the Battle of Trafalgar, some people are up in arms. [The Daily Mail]

On Carl Andre’s Muybridge poems. [MAN]

Russian billionaire and art collector Vladimir Doronin is on the outs with Naomi Campbell. [Page Six]