Morning Links: Anthony Caro Edition

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Anthony Caro has died. [The Guardian] 

The BBC on Caro. [BBC News] 

Javier Pes on Caro. [The Art Newspaper] 

Cleveland Scene is reporting that David Franklin resigned as director of the Cleveland Museum of Art because a museum staffer that he was having an affair with committed suicide. [Cleveland Scene] 

Art Review‘s Annual Power 100 list is out, topped by Sheikha Al-Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, who’s followed by Messrs. Zwirner, Wirth and Gagosian, in that order! The Speculative Realists make the list at 81. [Art Review]

Australia’s most lucrative art prize goes to someone in prison. #australia. [The Australian]

“The Guggenheim in New York has received a second grant of $1.25m from the Andrew Mellon Foundation to study fabricating or remaking conceptual works of art in the Panza Collection.” [The Art Newspaper]

The De Young Museum in San Francisco now charges extra for premium tickets. [NYT]

Here’s an interview with Artsy investor and former Google chairman Eric Schmidt, about art. [Artsy] [Disclosure: Josh Kushner, who sits on the board of Observer Media, is a major investor in Artsy]