Morning Links: Damien Hirst's Diamond-Covered Skull Edition

Braque show has seen an estimated 16,000 visitors to Acquavella Galleries. [Bloomberg]

In case you missed it: Man offended by “Hide/Seek” tries to present the Brooklyn Museum with a portrait of Arnold Lehman on the toilet. [SIlive.com]

It’s The New York Times’ art book holiday gift guide! [NYT]

Probably the final word (for now) on Alice Walton’s controversial acquisitions process at Crystal Bridges. [NPR]

The latest tech and art world crossover is called [S]edition. [Art Market Monitor]

Exhibition at National Library casts sheds light on the real Casanova. [Bloomberg]

A Houston art critic, who is gay, is marrying a straight woman as part of an act of criticism. [HoustonPress]

Damien Hirst’s diamond-covered skull is going on view at Tate Modern. [The Telegraph]

The Indiana University Art Museum is returning a 15th-century painting of the flagellation of Christ, which disappeared from a Berlin museum about 60 years, to Germany. [Fox 59]

Morning Links: Damien Hirst's Diamond-Covered Skull Edition