Morning Links: Carol Bove Edition

Carol Bove. (Photo by Adrian Gaut. Courtesy David Zwirner Gallery)

Carol Bove. (Photo by Adrian Gaut. Courtesy David Zwirner Gallery)

“Getty Museum’s Rembrandt Acquisition Hits a Snag.” [NYT]

Argentinean artist Alejandro Puente has died. [Artforum] 

The Art Institute of Chicago promoted Gloria Groom, a curator of European painting and sculpture, to be its first senior curator. [ArtDaily]

An interview with Carol Bove ahead of her MoMA show. [WSJ]

MoMA’s Rain Room line is long, and the people in it are not so smart, The Times reports. [NYT]

Bob Morris reports from the Parrish Art Museum’s Midsummer gala. [NYT]

Scholars wish to censor a photograph of Damien Hirst posing with a severed head. [The Guardian]

Thieves steal ten paintings from the Van Buuren Museum in Brussels. [The Art Newspaper]