Morning Links: British Royalty Edition

Actor Keith Mitchell as Henry VIII in 1971. (Central Press/Getty Images)

Actor Keith Mitchell as Henry VIII in 1971. (Central Press/Getty Images)

The British art collection of Valerie Eliot, T. S. Eliot’s widow, will be sold at Christie’s, and is expected to take in $7.6 million. [AP]

Lydia Lunch of Teenage Jesus and the Jerks has a new cookbook. She is also not such a fan of New York these days. [Noisey]

Roberta Smith reviews 101 Spring, the home of Donald Judd that will reopen as a museum on Monday, and recalls meeting him as a college student in the late 1960s and later working for him. [NYT]

Charlotte Higgins takes a look at Iraq’s Venice pavilion. [The Guardian]

“Art and Industry Make Friends at the Bushwick Open Studios Festival.” [WSJ; subscription required]

Museum workers in the U.K. are on strike. [The Independent]

Prince Harry banner is removed from Jeremy Deller’s British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. [The Guardian]

Henry VIII’s warship, the Mary Rose, gets its own museum. [The Art Newspaper]

Ten Days in Venice with Holland Cotter. [NYT]

Morning Links: British Royalty Edition