Morning Links: Jell-O Shots Edition

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(Courtesy Getty Images)

“A Night When Chic Met Tough”: Eric Wilson at the Costume Institute Institute gala. There were Jell-O shots for dessert. [NYT]

“He painted houses for a living, but prosecutors say Joselito Vega had a discerning eye for the more rarefied practitioners of his craft — Pablo Picasso, Jean Dubuffet and Frank Stella [and stole works by them from the family of Rudolph B. and Hannelore B. Schulhof].” [NYT]

Danh Vō’s grandmother is on the cover of this month’s Art Review. [Art Review

Jerry Saltz comes out against Venice’s plan to remove Charles Ray’s Boy With a Frog from its public spot outside the Punta della Dogana. [New York magazine]

Here’s a fine roundup of the fancy Frieze-related things rich people will be doing this week. [Page Six]

Vice did a “.jpeg interview” with Douglas Coupland. [Vice]