Morning Links: Michelle Williams Edition

Williams at the 2013 Costume Institute Gala. (Getty Images)

Williams at the 2013 Costume Institute Gala. (Getty Images)

The Minneapolis Institute of Art acquired a major collection of Japanese art as a gift and purchase from Willard “Bill” Clark and his wife Elizabeth. [ArtsBeat]

Here’s Tino Sehgal’s juicy acceptance speech for the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale. [YouTube via Blouin Artinfo]

“2011: Art and Transmission,” by Michael Sanchez. [Artforum]

Holland Cotter reports coming in from Venice. [NYT]

The “Ghetto Gursky” arrives. [Greg.org]

“Coconut Water” at St. Louis’s White Flag Projects, with Win McCarthy, Richard Kern, Peter Hujar, more. [CAD]

William Morris Gallery wins Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year. [The Guardian]

Michelle Williams visits Dustin Yellin’s studio. [Page Six]

Gary Hume’s art appears on the cover of July’s Harper’s Bazaar [Refinery 29]

The Times profiles “hermit and artist” Rafael Leonardo Black. [NYT]

Morning Links: Michelle Williams Edition